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Metro Supply Chain is once again recognized as one of the Best Managed Companies in Canada

Metro Supply Chain once again earns the distinction of being one of Canada Best Managed Companies

Metro Supply Chain is once again recognized as one of the Best Managed Companies in Canada - Supply Chain Tribe by Celerity

Metro Supply Chain has been acknowledged for its outstanding performance, worldwide business practices, and consistent expansion by being awarded the coveted 2024 Canada's Best Managed Companies title. Metro Supply Chain is a vital supply chain solutions partner to numerous rapidly expanding and international enterprises.

Chris Fenton, President and CEO of Metro Supply Chain, stated, "This is our fourth Best Managed Companies award in our 50-year history, reflecting the growth-focused culture established by our Founder and Group Chairman, Chiko Nanji." "It gives me great pleasure to accept this award on behalf of our hardworking team of 9,000 employees who work at over 175 locations across North America and Europe.

Canada's Best Managed Companies is a prominent business awards program that honors forward-thinking, elite companies. Each year, hundreds of start-up businesses contend for this distinction through a thorough and impartial review procedure. Common features throughout the 2024 cohort of Best Managed firms include a focus on successful ESG strategies, a people-centric culture, and an acceleration of operational digitization.

Lorrie King, Partner, Deloitte Private, Global Best Managed Companies Leader and Co-Leader, Canada's Best Managed Companies program, stated that over the past year, businesses like Metro Supply Chain have consistently adapted and successfully responded to challenges, seized new opportunities, and leveraged industry leading competencies to maximize their investments and drive sustainable growth. "By demonstrating an increased focus on environmental, social, and governance themes, these winners have set the standard of excellence for Canada's business ecosystem," King said