The Supply Chain Dive Awards for 2017
The awards recognize the industry's top disruptors and innovators. These executives, companies and trends are transforming the industry and shaping the future.
Company of the Year
The company’s year-long efforts to transform itself into a full supply chain solutions provider are a case study into the importance of a clear, company-wide vision magnified by strong leadership.See the full story
Executive of the Year
Look no further than to CSX’s CEO for a story of how one executive can single-handedly transform a company – and the supply chains that rely on it – for better or for worse.See the full story
Innovator of the Year
This award goes to not just any innovative company, but one that is seriously disrupting the industry and could put established companies out of business. With its flexibility and ease of access, on-demand warehouser Flexe is fundamentally changing how warehousing works in the U.S.See the full story
Crisis of the Year
2017 saw many supply chain disruptions, but companies were especially resilient in bouncing back. Catastrophic hurricanes Harvey and Irma jolted supply chains and drove up costs, which is why this year's hurricane season earned Supply Chain Dive's Crisis of the Year Award.See the full story
Buzzword of the Year
The newfangled tech takes home the award, but is it really all hype? This award involves not only sharp industry interest, but potential to radically transform the supply chain – and it's aggressively promoted by big-name companies.See the full story
Regulatory Shift of the Year
Trucking industry stakeholders have been fighting rules requiring mandatory electronic logging devices for over a decade, but 2017 will go down as the year the government won the culture war.See the full story
The 2017 Dive Awards were distributed across our fourteen vertical markets: BioPharma, CIO, Construction, Education, Food, Healthcare, HR, Marketing, Mobile Marketer, Retail, Smart Cities, Supply Chain, Utility, and Waste. See all the Dive Award winners here.