Chicago Faucets Named 2019 Grainger Partners in Performance Award Winner

United States, Illinois, Des Plaines – 03-02-2020 ( — For the Third Year in a Row, Chicago Faucets is Honored by Grainger for Exceeding Performance Standards

 Des Plaines, IL – Grainger recently announced that Chicago Faucets was named a 2019 Grainger Partners in Performance (PIP) award winner for the third consecutive year.This award celebrates suppliers who exceed the performance standards necessary to meet customer expectations and remain competitive in a dynamic economy.Matt Fortin, President Merchandising and Supplier Management said in a message to award winners, “I’m inspired and energized by this year’s results. You are among an elite group of strategic supplier recipients, and as a high performer in 2019, you played an important role in creating value for Grainger’s customers. Our collaboration ensured that more customers received the right product when they needed it to keep their operations safe, sustainable, and productive.”Award recipients are being recognized at an event at the Grainger Show in Orlando on March 18, 2020.Thomas Santrock, VP of Commercial Sales with Chicago Faucets said, “It’s an honor to be recognized by Grainger for the third year in a row. Our distributor partnerships are at a top priority for Chicago Faucets, so this award means a lot to us.”Chicago Faucets, a member of the Geberit Group, is the leading brand of commercial faucets and fittings in the United States, offering a complete range of products for schools, laboratories, hospitals, office buildings, food service, airports, and sports facilities. Whatever the requirements may be, Chicago Faucets offers standard and made-to-order products that are designed to meet any application.For additional information, contact The Chicago Faucet Company at 2100 South Clearwater Drive, Des Plaines, IL 60018, or call 847-803-5000. You can also visit

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