As of September 9, 2020, Crimson & Co NA (formerly The Progress Group – “TPG”) is delighted to announce its rebrand to Argon & Co following the successful merger with Argon Consulting in April 2018.
Crimson & Co, the global management consultancy, is delighted to announce that its partner in the US, The Progress Group (TPG), has today become Crimson & Co North America. This allows the company to extend its services to its US-based clients, working with them to transform their supply chains across the continent.
In November 2014, TPG joined the global Crimson & Co network, providing the company with a trusted partner in the US and allowing TPG to leverage Crimson & Co’s ever-growing portfolio of knowledge, services and expertise. After two years, and having worked together on significant projects for clients such as Clarks and Arysta LifeScience, TPG is now taking the next step and becoming fully part of Crimson & Co.
As of 15 May 2017, TPG will become Crimson & Co North America. Based in Atlanta, TPG is one of the leading supply chain consultancies in the US with a 25-year history of delivering outstanding results for clients. It is widely recognised as a leader in several fields including retail, e-commerce, warehouse and network design.
Bruce Strahan, President of Crimson & Co North America, commented: “What attracted us to Crimson & Co was our shared culture and our belief in creating supply chains that are more effective and sustainable. After two years of working together, we are convinced that our full integration into Crimson & Co is the right move for us and our clients.”
Richard Powell, CEO of Crimson & Co worldwide, commented: “TPG is one of the leading supply chain consultancies in the US and delivers tremendous results for its clients. Over the past two years, they have delivered significant value to Crimson & Co’s global client base, especially with their deep expertise in the retail industry and warehouse design. This next step now means that we have a seamless, fully integrated service for our clients in the US.
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