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Jones Lang LaSalle Named Supplier of the Year by Procter & Gamble for Second Consecutive Year

Global real estate services provider is one of seven firms selected from P&G’s 80,000 suppliers

This was the second consecutive year of distinction for Jones Lang LaSalle as a recipient of Supplier of the Year, and the second year in a row that Jones Lang LaSalle was recognized with a “Corporate Supplier Excellence Award,” earned this year by 55 of P&G’s global suppliers.
Presented at P&G’s annual supplier awards event, the awards recognize P&G suppliers and external business partners that consistently scored the highest in broad based quantitative and qualitative evaluations by P&G employees throughout the supply chain. P&G’s Supplier Performance Management System (SPMS) defines, measures and collaboratively enhances the performance of suppliers and partners with metrics based commercial, operational, innovative, and relationship performance criteria.
“From market changing innovation to supply chain excellence, our supplier partners are foundational for building a stronger future,” said Rick Hughes, vice president of Global Purchases. “P&G is at our best when we have fostered relationships with our external business partners that enable collaboration in achieving our mutual goals, addressing challenges, and delivering ongoing innovation.”
“Our global team continues to demonstrate a high level dedication and commitment in their daily work, which helps drive not only P&G’s success but our own as well,” said Pete Bulgarelli, Managing Director, Global Account Executive at Jones Lang LaSalle. “I’m extraordinarily proud of our team’s excellence as this recognition demonstrates.”
P&G selected Jones Lang LaSalle as facility manager across multiple regions in 2003. The relationship has expanded over time, as Jones Lang LaSalle’s scope of services on behalf of P&G now includes integrated facility management, project management, transaction management and energy and sustainability services.