Our Warehouse Crew!

January 8th, 2015

     For the year 2014, our warehouse crews in Cleveland and Columbus achieved respectively 99.9806% and 99.9858% accuracy.
What this means is YOUR orders are assembled correctly and with care.

The result:

• efficient use of your time checking orders in

• efficient use of our Delivery Driver’s time  

• very few orders to correct

• work you can depend on from our people and companies

     Four years ago, we set a goal of 99.5% accuracy. After 3 months, our staff was doing such a great job we raised the bar and tracked performance to 4 decimal places.
Our staff came through with flying colors. It is remarkable how good these folks are. They have been performing at a very high level of accuracy and getting better every year.

Well Done!

Cleveland Picking Crew

Columbus Night Crew

Columbus Picking Crew 2014

 

 

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I assist and train new and seasoned account representatives with field work, one-on-one sessions, and printed materials. Event planning and promotion, social media.Implement programs for national and regional on-premise accounts as well as new account development. Sake Specialist as well as Brand Manager. Specialties: Multi-tasking, Sales, Sakes, Fine wines. Understanding of chain, independent, casual and fine dining , as well as chain and independent retail.

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  1. It’s nice to know that management appreciates the efforts of the warehouse crew. I ran the Andersons Maumee wine department for 22 years or so and always wondered if the crews at Heidelberg Distributing even knew red wine from white wine. Better yet, when we would order the Beaujolais Nouveau they would ship the previous year’s vintage which they couldn’t sell if their livelihood depended on it. I am retired from the wine biz but still appreciate what’s involved in the distribution of wine. Congrats to the crew at Vintage!

    Comment by Mark Paley January 8, 2015 @6:16 pm

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