Perry Mandera an executive in the transportation industry has more than 30 years’ experience in the field. He is the founder of The Custom Companies, Inc. based in Northlake, Illinois. Besides his professionalism, Perry is a supporter of the Illinois State Crime Commission (ISCC). The nonprofit organization awarded him the Bishop Sheil and Citizen of the year awards. ISCC works with the Police Athletic League and encourages constructive involvement among the public and law implementers.
The Custom Companies practice several technologies to render exceptional services to its clients. During his tenure, he has foreseen and spearheaded the implementation of Cheetah Dispatch technology. It is a dynamic and comprehensive software that is satellite enabled. With tablets, the firm drivers are able to offer real-time deliveries.
Perry Mandera introduced the use of Warehouse Management System in his firm to enable clients to track their inventory easily. The technology has an electronic inventory to allow the customers access their cargo from the point of receipt to delivery. The Custom Companies transportation is clearly monitored and customers can track the movement of their products.
The Dock Management System is a technology that enables The Custom Companies to minimize delays and errors and deliver cargo promptly. It is a paperless technology that operates by use of distinctive barcodes (http://www.customcares.com/donate.html). Perry foresaw the implementation of these technologies to improve service delivery to the clients.
Through his dedication to offer outstanding services to his clients, The Custom Companies records an annual revenue of more than $200 million. The firm has created job opportunities for many (PerryMandera.Strikingly). Perry was recognized by the Illinois Transportation Association (ITA) as the Top 100 American Transportation Executive of the Millennium. He currently serves as a representative of the ITA board of directors.
Perry Mandera the Custom Cares Charities founder studied in Chicago public high school and graduated in 1975. He later enrolled in the U.S Marine Corps Reserve and learned to drive trucks after he was allocated to the motor pool. Mandera developed his transportation skills after serving in numerous different transportation firms.
Perry is a philanthropist who has offered his support to several charitable organizations. His main area of focus is towards cancer prevention and cures, and youth and children organizations. Perry is a member of The Jesse White Tumblers and The Walter & Connie Payton Foundation.