SupplyCore Inc. donated $23,578 to local non-profit organizations today after a successful associate fund drive. Through this annual fundraising event, employees raised $11,789, setting a new all-time record since the inception of this fund drive in 2011. SupplyCore matched the amount raised, bringing the grand total of money donated to $23,578. Recipients of the donation include Rockford MELD, RAMP, and the Veterans’ Drop-In Center in Rockford.
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SupplyCore sponsored a week-long challenge for the participants of the YMCA Intern Challenge last week, June 18th through the 22nd. Each week, the interns complete a project and compete for scholarships and placement in a summer-long paid internship. The interns collaborated on a project for the Rockford City Market creating a promotional video. The exciting week ended with the interns’ presentations at SupplyCore.
On Friday, SupplyCore hosted a Rock River Valley Blood Center mobile donation unit at our building in Rockford. We thank all the SupplyCore employees who regularly donate to the Rock River Valley Blood Center, and we look forward to hosting […]
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Camp Shields Okinawa, Japan
Commander Fleet Activities Okinawa (CFAO) contracted SupplyCore for the installation of solar panels over approximately 25,000 sq ft of roof space, with a power inverter to create a renewable energy source for the camp.
Torii Station, Okinawa, Japan
SupplyCore boosted the performance of the Torii Station warehouse in Okinawa, Japan by reducing inventory levels, minimizing time and costs associated with materials management, redirecting personnel to handle more strategic issues, and ensuring that products were delivered in a reliable, timely manner. SupplyCore positively impacted not only sourcing, but the accounting and logistics departments. Torii Station and military bases in the pacific region also saw dramatic improvements in Logistics Response Time – From 178 days to 52 days, along with improved consistency of response time.
To aid rescue efforts and provide humanitarian relief in the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Maria, SupplyCore worked directly with DLA to provide emergency supplies and materials to Puerto Rico. Under the Water Purification Initiative, we managed the supply of various water purification units and other equipment, coordinating with end users to ensure all shipments arrived in time for emergency flights to St. Thomas and Puerto Rico. Under our Base Operations Supplies contracts, we managed the supply of power grid components to Puerto Rico as part of the Army’s “largest power mission to ever take place on U.S. soil,” coordinating directly with manufacturers to ensure product compliance for over $60M in parts.