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The Progress Group becomes Crimson & Co North America

After two years in partnership, The Progress Group is renamed Crimson & Co and continues to extend its global footprint with offices worldwide beginning May 15, 2017

Atlanta — Leading U.S. supply chain consultancy The Progress Group LLC (TPG) is becoming Crimson & Co, whose global market includes Europe, Australia, South America and Asia.

For the past two years as part of the Crimson & Co network, TPG and Crimson & Co have brought expanded capabilities and expertise to the global market. This step in TPG’s strategy for growth is to offer a greater scope of supply chain consulting services in North America and globally, with one vision, and one name.

Bruce Strahan, President of The Progress Group, stated, “After more than a quarter century as The Progress Group, we’re proud to announce we will now be known as Crimson & Co. While we take the official name of Crimson & Co, our experienced local team and commitment to high quality and service will not change.”

Richard Powell, CEO of Crimson & Co, based in London, said “In 2014 we started our global partnership and it has proven valuable for our clients by enhancing our capabilities worldwide, as we continue to work towards our strategic vision. We are pleased to be taking this next natural step in solidifying our global brand, especially with The Progress Group team.”

Strahan continued, “By working as close partners with Crimson & Co over the past two years, we have learned that our global reach and combined industry experience offers our clients a significantly enhanced depth of value. We look forward to continued growth for Crimson & Co.”

Crimson & Co NA, formerly The Progress Group, provides a range of services including strategic planning, facility and operations design, cost reduction, process improvement and program management and its expertise includes design through implementation of supply chain initiatives and supporting IT solutions.

About TPG, now Crimson & Co NA:

Crimson & Co North America (formerly The Progress Group) is a management consultancy specializing in supply chain management and logistics. Established in 1991 and based in Atlanta, Georgia, they provide services to Fortune 100 as well as mid-market clients. Crimson & Co NA offers services ranging from strategic planning, facility and operations design, cost reduction, process improvement to program management. Expertise includes design through implementation of supply chain initiatives and supporting IT solutions. Crimson & Co NA is part of the global brand, Crimson & Co. For more information, please see their global website at http://www.crimsonandco.com/and the NA website at http://crimsonandco.us/.

About Crimson & Co:

Crimson & Co is a global supply chain consultancy that thinks differently. It stands shoulder to shoulder with clients as it develops outstanding supply chains, using deep operational experience and broad-based business skills to challenge, guide and implement. Its strength is its consulting team, which it nurtures with care, and it has an approach and culture that its clients believe is unique.

The company was founded in 2003 as a breakaway from one of the major consultancies and its scope spans supply chain strategy, planning, procurement, manufacturing, logistics and customer channels. It operates on all continents, with offices in London, Atlanta, Mumbai, Melbourne, São Paulo and Singapore, and typical clients are blue-chip organisations such as Sony, Diageo, Carlsberg, BAT, GSK, Tesco and Merck.

For more information, please see: www.crimsonandco.com


Published in May 2017



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