PREVIOUS EDITIONS

Below are listed all the winners of previous editions.

2004 (1ST EDITION)

  • Project of the Year: Mobistar with 'Rethinking the Supply Chain'
  • Prize of the Audience: Eltra with 'Integration of Software for Service Optimation'

2005 (2ND EDITION)

  • Project of the Year: AZ Groeninge with 'SCM: Application in an Academic Hospital'
  • Prize of the Audience: Caterpillar Logistics with 'Supply Chain Improvement through a successful Aftermarket Distribution start-up Project'

2006 (3RD EDITION)

  • Project of the Year: Borealis with 'Using SCOR model for a real Collaborative Sourcing Scenario'
  • Prize of the Audience: Nike with 'Using SCOR model for a real Collaborative Sourcing Scenario'

2007 (4TH EDITION)

  • Project of the Year: Johnson & Johnson with 'Creating Conditions for Success for Medical Devices & Diagnostics EMEA Distribution: The Johnson & Johnson MD&D European Distribution Centre'
  • Prize of the Audience: Mondi Foods/Phidan with 'Working capital reduction program as driver for supply chain professionalization'

2008 (5TH EDITION)

  • Project of the Year: Solutia/Saflex with 'Integrated Global Supply Chain Strategy at Saflex: development and implementation of a global supply chain asset strategy'
  • Prize of the Audience: Q-Food/X-Stra with 'Customer oriented Supply Chain Planning in the Food Industry'

2009 (6TH EDITION)

  • Project of the Year Large Entreprises: Alpro with 'Value creation within a lean, agile and sustainable supply chain'
  • Project of the Year Small & Medium Entreprises: Hegge/Crea Chain with 'Turning EDI from a necessity into a competitive advantage"Value creation within a lean, agile and sustainable supply chain'
  • Prize of the Audience: TBP Electronics with 'Journey to a low cost and agile supply chain'

2010 (7TH EDITION)

  • Project of the Year Large Entreprises: Barco/Möbius with 'First Time Right: Enabling the new Barco'
  • Project of the Year Small & Medium Entreprises: 2XL with 'The DCS Green Logistics Project'
  • Prize of the Audience: 2XL with 'The DCS Green Logistics Project'

2011 (8TH EDITION)

  • Project of the Year: Delhaize with 'DC Fresh II - The reengineering of the Delhaize Fresh Supply Chain'
  • Prize of the Audience: Telenet/BW Imsir with 'Reverse Logistics with a Social Touch'

2012 (9TH EDITION)

  • Project of the Year Large Entreprises: Sanoma Magazines with 'HYBRID, reading the magazines market'
  • Prize of the Audience: Umicore with 'Building a Sustainable Supply Chain'

2013 (10TH EDITION)

  • Project of the Year: Janssen Pharmaceutica with 'GPCD – Global Planning Concept Design'
  • Prize of the Audience: Procter & Gamble/Tupperware with 'Horizontal Collaboration in the Supply Chain'
  • Audience 10 Years Favorite Award: Telenet/BW Imsir with 'Reverse Logistics with a Social Touch'
  • The Best Achievement Award for Continuous Supply Chain Optimization: Barco with 'First Time Right: enabling the new Barco'

2014 (11TH EDITION)

  • Project of the Year: Vlaamse Overheid with 'Innovative MSP and Marketplace concept for hiring temporary IT-profiles for all entities of the Flemish Government'
  • Prize of the Audience: Nestlé/PepsiCo with 'Creation of a horizontal collaboration community for fresh and chilled food'

2015 (12TH EDITION)

  • Project of the Year: Agfa Graphics with 'Sustainability Through recycling via collaborative supply chain'
  • Prize of the Audience: V!GO/Threon with 'IV!GO: More than a mobile application'
  • E-Commerce Supply Chain Award: Vente-Exclusive/Katoen Natie with 'A Growing Project'

2016 (13TH EDITION)

  • Project of the Year: Bridgestone/Bluecrux with 'Automotive Standards in Lean Logistics – The principle of Perfect Sequence'
  • Prize of the Audience: Volvo Cars with 'Automotive Standards in Lean Logistics – The principle of Perfect Sequence'
  • Start-Up of the Year: SmartPallet

2017 (14TH EDITION)

  • Project of the Year: Pfizer with 'End-to-end In-transit Visibility'
  • Prize of the Audience: Pfizer with 'End-to-end In-transit Visibility'
  • Start-Up of the Year: Transmate