VSE Corporation subsidiary, Wheeler Bros., Inc. (WBI) CEO Randy Davies has been appointed to the Postal Supplier Council (PSC) Board of Advisors (BoA.) WBI has been a member of the Postal Supplier Council (PSC) since 2006. The PSC is designed to be a collective platform for suppliers and their Postal counterparts. The objective of the PSC is to encourage collaboration among suppliers on mutually beneficial projects to improve productivity and efficiency within the Postal and Supplier organizations.
The BoA is a select subset of the 85 member supplier council representing 15 companies. BoA members are nominated annually by their peers and appointed by the Management Committee for a two-year term. The BoA is co-chaired by the USPS Manager of Supply Chain Management Strategies and a supplier representative. Nomination and appointment is based on exceptional contribution to the Postal Supplier Council.
“We are honored to be selected for a position on the Postal Supplier Council Board of Advisors,” said Chad Wheeler, President of WBI. “WBI is committed to bringing cost-effective sustainment, vehicle life extension and innovative solutions to the USPS.”
Wheeler Bros., Inc. (teamwbi.com) is an ISO 9001:2008-certified business specializing in the design and distribution of fleet vehicle maintenance and defense components. WBI is a supply chain management company distributing high quality vehicle parts to the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) and the Department of Defense for over 50 years. WBI's core expertise lies in its excellent capabilities in sourcing, engineering, design, warehousing, and tracking vehicle parts. Wheeler Bros., Inc. is headquartered in Somerset, PA.
Established in 1959, VSE (vsecorp.com) is a diversified federal services company with experience in solving issues of global significance with integrity, agility, and value. VSE is dedicated to our clients’ success by delivering sustainment services for legacy systems and equipment and professional services through talented people and innovative solutions. Key competencies include supply chain management, equipment refurbishment, logistics, engineering, energy, IT solutions, health care IT, and consulting.