Artisan/NLM named one of the ‘Best and Brightest’ in Metro Detroit

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The Artisan/National Logistics Management Enterprise recently announced that it has earned top honors as one of Metro Detroit’s 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For. The award is given by the Michigan Business & Professional Association and is designed to recognize the accomplishments of the 101 leading businesses in the Metro-Detroit area. The logistics provider was selected as a recipient of the honor for its continuous dedication to providing a positive work environment for its employees.

The 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For awards honor companies that recognize employees as their greatest asset and are dedicated to providing organizational value and results through their human resource practices. The award allows businesses to demonstrate to employees, clients, vendors and the business community why they are an ideal place to work.

The companies work with imagination and conviction to create organizational value and business results through their policies and best practices in human resource management. The awards allow businesses to showcase these policies and best practices, and demonstrate why each of them is an ideal place for employees to work.

“Being included in Metro Detroit’s 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For is an honor for the Artisan/NLM Enterprise, as we take great pride in the development and retention of each of our employees,” says Greg Humes, president of the Artisan/NLM Enterprise. “We have a firm belief in investing in our employees and community, because without them, we wouldn’t be the successful, dependable company we are today.”

The Artisan/NLM Enterprise is comprised of Artisan Associates, Artisan Container Services, NLM, NLM Supply Chain Solutions and Top Flite Express. The Enterprise says it offers a single source for a variety of niche logistics and supply chain services, including time-sensitive, time-critical and truckload shipping; specialized shipments with requirements outside of traditional shipping/handling methods; container (rack) transportation; inventory control and compliance; and subassembly and sequencing programs.