US Army Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utlization Features Bellwether Logistics Services

The United States Army, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSADBU) Features Bellwether Logistics Services, a business process improvement and global supply chain consultancy firm with high growth potential.

(PRWEB) July 14, 2005 -- The United States Army, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSADBU) Features Bellwether Logistics Services, a business process improvement and global supply chain consultancy firm with high growth potential.

The OSADBU serves as the advisor to the Secretary of the Army on small business related matters in support of the Army’s mission. This office spearheads innovative initiatives to maximize business opportunities for Small and Disadvantaged Business by synchronizing critical resources through extensive marketing and training.

Bellwether, headquartered in Stockbridge, GA, with affiliates in Atlanta, Denver, Kansas city, & Washington, DC is dedicated to providing effective global supply chain and business process improvement solutions for aerospace, automotive suppliers, beverage, Call centers, chemical, consumer products, exporters, food, government, importers, telecommunications, and transportation & warehousing services companies.

Bellwether Logistics Services was founded as Consult Quality, LLC in 2001. Bellwether expanded its service offerings to include Six Sigma and Global Supply Chain Consulting in October 2004. Bellwether now specializes in applying the Six Sigma and ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management System (QMS) methodologies in Call Centers, Manufacturing and Supply Chain Environments. Bellwether is a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) and Service Connected Veteran Owned Enterprise (SCVOE). Interested parties may view more details at the OSADBU and Bellwether Logistics Services
websites, www.sellingtoarmy.com/user/showspecialpage.aspx?pageid+246 and www.bellwether-services.com.

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