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Food Logistics Names Nick Recht 2023 Rock Star of the Supply Chain

Date: 02/14/2023 / Category: Awards, Press releases


This award recognizes influential individuals in the industry whose achievements, hard work, and vision have shaped the global cold food supply chain


Nick RechtTEKLYNX International, known globally for their barcode labeling software and outstanding customer support that help supply chains work better, today announced Nick Recht, Sales Manager of TEKLYNX Americas, has been named a Rock Star of the Supply Chain by Food Logistics. This award recognizes influential individuals in the industry whose achievements, hard work, and vision have shaped the global cold food supply chain.


“Not all rock stars are famous musicians. There are several rock stars right here in the cold chain, promoting workforce development, solving supply chain disruptions, mitigating risks, and helping to heal the supply chain,” says Marina Mayer, Editor-in-Chief of Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive.


“I’m proud to be named a 2023 Rock Star of the Supply Chain and have TEKLYNX recognized for our commitment to the global cold food supply chain,” says Recht. “With labor shortages and supply chain disruptions, virtually every company is trying to do more with less and streamline operations. I’m happy to step in and help our customers work smarter, not harder when it comes to barcode label design, print automation, label security and traceability, and label management."


Recht is a highly respected supply chain thought leader and has worked tirelessly for over a decade to positively impact the global cold food supply chain. Along with many of the other winners of this award, he is actively involved in understanding customers’ needs and creating problem-solving solutions. The words used to describe Recht and his fellow Rock Stars of the Supply Chain range from strategic, motivated, and dedicated to passionate, educator, and transformative. 


“These rock stars rock. Period. They’re shaping the future of our global cold chains. And, they’re doing so in a way that’s both humble and pragmatic. Every year, I’m honored to celebrate these go-getters, and this year is no exception,” Mayer says.


Recipients of this year’s award will be profiled in Food Logistics’ January/February 2023 print issue. 


Learn more about TEKLYNX food labeling software or read a case study with All Seasonings Ingredients, Inc. to see how bringing labeling in-house and consolidating disparate labeling processes enabled them to fulfill customer orders 85% faster with TEKLYNX.


About TEKLYNX International


TEKLYNX International helps supply chains work better. Today, more than 750,000 companies in over 170 countries trust TEKLYNX integrated barcode and RFID label design products and the people behind its solutions to make barcode labeling operations efficient, accurate, secure, and industry compliant. With over 30 years of experience, TEKLYNX is the global leader because of its reliable software and superior customer support. To learn more about how the TEKLYNX community helps companies across industries worldwide, visit or call TEKLYNX in your region. Barcode Better™ with TEKLYNX.   


About Food Logistics


Food Logistics reaches more than 26,000 supply chain executives in the global food and beverage industries, including executives in the food sector (growers, producers, manufacturers, wholesalers and grocers) and the logistics section (transportation, warehousing, distribution, software and technology) who share a mutual interest in the operations and business aspects of the global cold food supply chain. Food Logistics and sister publication Supply & Demand Chain Executive are also home to L.I.N.K. and L.I.N.K. Educate podcast channels, L.I.N.K. Live, SCN Summit, and more.

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