Maini Materials Movement (A Maini Group Company) is awarded with "Best Cold Chain Material Handling Service Provider of the Year" at the Cold Chain Industry Awards. The award ceremony was held during the 4th Edition of Cold Chain Strategy Summit at Mumbai on 9th June, 2015. The award was received by Rahul Sagar, AGM-Marketing, Maini Materials Movement.
The Cold Chain Strategy Summit, convened annually, is recognized as one of the most prestigious Cold Chain event in India. These awards are a result of an independent research agency entrusted with the task of choosing the winners. With 150+ attendees, this award not only recognises achievements above and beyond the call of duty, but also promotes and contributes to driving industry best practices in temperature control distribution.
Commenting on the awards, Mr. S A Mohan ,CEO, Maini Materials Movement Pvt Ltd. said, "Our brand promise is "Value delivered. Always". We strive to offer our customers the right solutions and ensure lowest total cost of ownership at their end. This award certainly attests our outstanding contributions in temperature control intra-logistics solutions."
Maini Materials Movement offers a comprehensive range of material handling and warehousing solutions pertaining to cold chain industry. The range consists of galvanised pallet trucks, platform trucks, dock-levellers, lift tables, scissor lifts, stackers, Double Deep Reach trucks & forklifts and customised racking solutions.
Maini Group participated and exhibited its 'Integrated Material Handling and Storage Solutions' at LOGMAT 2015 at Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai from 19th to 21st June. The event is South India's Leading exhibition for Logistics, Storage, Material Handling, Warehousing, Transportation, Supply chain and packaging in the South India and it witnessed an inflow of over 4000 logistics and supply chain professionals.
The exhibition was attended by Maini Sales and Marketing Team along with the Chennai regional sales team. Yale Maini CF forklift truck along with the Armes Maini storage & racking modules were on display.