May 17, 2022
Reaching the finalist position at the Irish Logistics and Transport Awards is no easy feat, but to WIN is a cause for celebration. At the prestigious awards ceremony, Jack Lenihan, Managing Director of Ireland was presented with the award for 'Future Achiever'.
Jack joined Crane Worldwide Logistics on the Leadership Development Program and has since relocated to London, UK, Johannesburg, South Africa as well as Chicago, Illinois in various roles including operations and global account management.
Most recently, he was promoted to lead Crane Worldwide Logistics Ireland and is a driving force behind presenting logistics solutions to our clients.
Crane Worldwide Ireland received the news that we have been nominated as finalists in three prestigious award categories at the Irish Logistics and Transportation Awards. The shortlist has been announced here
2021 was a busy time in supply chain but our logistics experts pushed through the noise and developed logistics solutions to support our clients at this turbulent time. Recently opening a new facility in Dublin, the 3PL services in Ireland are growing from strength to strength thanks to the dedication and hard work from all at Crane Worldwide Logistics Ireland. From e-commerce capabilities to value added services in our warehouse locations in Dublin, Shannon and Cork, we provide unique services for our clients in Ireland and around the world.
We are growing and look forward to seeing if we win the award for 3PL Achievement award, it's been a great journey working in partnership with our local Irish clients and many international companies.
Jack Lenihan, Managing Director at Crane Worldwide Logistics Ireland has been nominated in the category of "Future Achiever" at the award event that will take place in May, 2022 in Dublin.
Jack joined Crane Worldwide Logistics on the 'Leadership Development Program' and has had an array of operational and account management experiences at Crane Worldwide Logistics in London, Johannesburg, Amsterdam and most recently Chicago, Illinois.
Jack has recently returned to Ireland to lead the country organisation. You can learn more about Jack's story on our careers page here.
Chaos hit supply chains when country's began to close borders due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Crane Worldwide Logistics team jumped into action to organise urgent shipments to support the production of ventilators in Ireland as well as final mile delivery of ventilators to hospitals when they were critically required by intensive care units.
The dedicated logistics experts at Crane Worldwide Logistics Ireland have already been awarded recognition for our essential workers in Ireland from Fleet Transport during the pandemic and could there be signs of another award on the horizon?
In addition, during the COVID crisis, Brexit was implemented which added further complications to the flow of goods. Our experts were on hand to support our clients when it was needed the most. An example here working with our clients in the jewelry industry.