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Port Harcourt and QIT warehouses win global supply chain award

The Star Award since inception has proven to be a significant tool for encouraging excellent housekeeping in EM warehouses, enhancing the orderly storage and movement of materials from point of entry to exit.

Upstream Nigeria-stewarded warehouses in Port Harcourt and Qua Iboe Terminal (QIT) have received Global Supply Chain (GSC) House Keeping Awards. Port Harcourt and Qua Iboe Terminal (QIT) warehouses bagged Gold awards, while the Usan warehouse received a Silver GSC award.

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The Global Supply Chain Warehouse Excellent Star Award Recognition Program was launched in 2012 by John Sekel, manager, Global Supply Chain. The annual program recognizes excellence in housekeeping. Winners under the program receive a "Silver Star" award for outstanding performance or a "Gold Star" award for exceptional results.

Forty four (44) Warehouses participated in the 2015 Award Program. Port Harcourt and QIT warehouses (along with 13 other warehouses) won separate "Gold
Star" awards while the USAN warehouse, a new entrant to the program won a "Silver Star" award.

The Star Award since inception has proven to be a significant tool for encouraging excellent housekeeping in EM warehouses, enhancing the orderly storage and movement of materials from point of entry to exit. During the 2015 program, the Nigerian warehouses focused on labelling and floor marking, replaced worn, ripped and damaged flooring, maintained clean light fixtures to improve lighting efficiency, kept aisles and stairways clear, installed various safety/warning signs and conducted regular inspection of the warehouses. The Star Award reflects the brilliant work done by the team. 

The Nigeria Supply Chain Operations team are excited about these achievements and are committed to do more.

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