Charterhouse are delighted to have recently won the E.ON 2011 “Collaboration” Award for our work in supporting E.ON’s customer communications strategy in 2011, along with a runner’s up award in the “Responsibility” category, for our carbon management programme.
It is the third year in a row that Charterhouse has been recognised at the coveted E.ON supplier awards, having won the “Sustainable Business” category in 2010 and “Planet & Society” in 2009.
The latest award is testament to our long-standing partnership with E.ON and the introduction of new technology and more efficient processes that have saved E.ON a huge amount of time and money when communicating price changes to their customers.
Jennie Andrews, Charterhouse Account Director for E.ON, explains: “E.ON challenged us to review their current processes and find a solution that would not only ensure they were compliant with new regulation, but also allow them to communicate with customers in a more targeted and timely way. We are thrilled that our collaborative approach has been recognised with this award.”
The awards are open to all E.ON UK suppliers (over 200) and recognise truly inspirational initiatives from E.ON suppliers. The successful companies demonstrated support for E.ON in the transition to cleaner and better energy strategy in the UK.
Graham Line, Director of Supply Chain and Asset Management, was delighted with the response to the competition: “Our Supplier Awards are much more than just a relationship-building exercise – they give us the chance to recognise success and give credit where it’s due. E.ON is working towards its vision of cleaner and better energy. Success can only be achieved with the continued support and collaboration with key suppliers. The impacts will be far reaching and benefit both our customer and the environment.”
Pictured from left to right: Jennie Andrews (Charterhouse Account Director), Gary Mahoney (Charterhouse CEO), Daren Carter (Head of Marketing Communications, E.ON UK), Chris Askew (Category Manager, E.ON UK) and Paul Andrew (Procurement Manager, E.ON UK).