MFG Chemical adds to logistics team; launches software program; celebrates customers

Nov. 15, 2019
MFG Chemical adds April Goins to the domestic service team, launches OESuite and celebrates International Customer Service Week.

MFG Chemical, a provider of specialty and custom chemical manufacturing, added to its domestic and international customer service and logistics staff. Having hired international and customer service professional Kim Curtis earlier this year, MFG Chemical has now added logistics expert April Goins to the domestic service team.

Goins brings experience in negotiating freight rates and tracking shipments, saving customers’ time and money. Prior to joining MFG Chemical, Goins developed her skills as a logistics coordinator and team manager at Universal Marketing Systems and Beaulieu Commercial. She earned numerous certifications in customer service and leadership.

The company implemented its operational excellence software program, OESuite. OESuite improves information and workflow management,  resulting in better organizational alignment, production operations, risk assessment and mitigation, maintenance and employee safety.

MFG Chemical also celebrated International Customer Service Week under the theme “The Magic of Service.” 

“It’s wonderful that MFG takes the time to show appreciation to its front line service members who are providing world class service and to show appreciation to our customers for their support in 2019 and loyalty going into 2020,” said Customer Care Manager Kim Curtis. 

“We appreciate our customers and strive every day to add value to our customers’ end-use products by providing the highest quality, performance-enhancing chemistries and deliver them in the safest and most cost-efficient way through a dedicated and highly professional customer service and logistics team,” said Keith Arnold, president and CEO of MFG Chemical and member of the SOCMA Board of Governors.

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