Penske Logistics and SynQuest reach licensing deal

Feb. 22, 2002
Penske Logistics has agreed on a $1.5 million software license contract for SynQuest Supply Chain Design, Inbound Planning and Tactical Planning Engine software to provide enhanced logistics services. "We are very excited about partnering with SynQuest," said Penske Logistics president Vince Harnett. "SynQuest's products and expertise compliment our current set of tools and will help us continue to
Penske Logistics has agreed on a $1.5 million software license contract for SynQuest Supply Chain Design, Inbound Planning and Tactical Planning Engine software to provide enhanced logistics services.

"We are very excited about partnering with SynQuest," said Penske Logistics president Vince Harnett. "SynQuest's products and expertise compliment our current set of tools and will help us continue to deliver value to our customers."

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