Buying Group and Trade Association Events
OMNI 2017 Meeting: January 29th- 31st
AHR EXPO: January 30th - February 1st
The Wit 2017 Conference: March 14th - 16th
Please join us in congratulating Ethan Hsuing on his promotion to Vice President-Supply Chain!
Our global supply chain is an integral part of our critical infrastructure. While its importance is immeasurable to all companies, it is even more so at Legend. Without careful management of all aspects of our supply chain, from our channel partners, to logistics, and everything in between, we cannot perform to the optimum levels required by our commitment to astonish our customers. Effective management of our global supply chain not only includes a steadfast commitment with unwavering attention, but it also requires a willingness to commit countless hours that go well into the night. As we often say; “Ethan’s real job starts when he goes home”. In addition, it requires an extensive knowledge of global transportation hubs, steamship lines and schedules, as well as optimum consolidation opportunities and rail networks. Those companies who maintain an efficient supply chain not only reduce their costs but more importantly, they maintain superior serviceability to their customers. Congratulations Ethan. Well done.
Legend New Employees
We would like to welcome the following new hires into the Legend family!
Dan Jones – Warehouse (2016)
Amy Schnoblen – Human Resource (2016)
Jackie Berry - Warehouse (2016)
Robert James – Warehouse (2016)
Legend Christmas Party
December 9th was Legend's annual Christmas party. It was a wonderful time to celebrate together as a Legend family. Below are some pictures for you to view. Thank you to everyone who came out for the party. A special, "thank you" to David and Walter for giving us a party every year, as well as being amazing bosses to this company!
Toy and Canned Food Drive
In December, we once again participated in the The Marine Corp League for our annual Toy Drive. They are located in Waterford and work in conjunction with VFW Post #1080. The donations they collected were distributed first to families of veterans from all branches of our Armed Forces and then to needy children in our local community.
For our annual food drive, we chose to work with, The Neighborhood House. They are a non-profit organization located in Rochester that helps people from local communities who are faced with times of hardship. Their food pantry works in conjunction with the First Congregational Church to supply food baskets to the needy during the Christmas season.
Thank you to all who gave this Christmas! Whether it was toys for the children or food for the needy, we truly appreciate your giving this holiday season!