“Avdic is a prime example that the American dream can still come true through hard work and determination.”
-The Bowling Green Daily News editorial board
Citing his life story and success in business, the editorial board of the Bowling Green Daily News has proclaimed Stryker Logistics Founder and President Fuji Avdic to be “a true inspiration.”
“Fuji Avdic came to Bowling Green as a 7-year-old Bosnian refugee in 1998. Avdic is a 2009 Warren Central High School graduate who worked as an emergency room technician at The Medical Center at Bowling Green before launching his now very successful business career,” the editorial explains. “Now 26, he has started, grown and sold a trucking company and now is at the head of a transportation-and-storage logistics company whose growth has caught the attention of Entrepreneur magazine.”
A newspaper editorial represents the position of the newspaper. To have such a flattering piece written about Avdic and distributed to thousands of South Central Kentucky homes is a true honor.
“The fact that Entrepreneur magazine chose him says a lot about this young man’s drive and ambition,” the piece said of Avdic.
“We couldn’t be prouder of Avdic,” the editorial says in conclusion. “At a very young age, he has already accomplished so much and his future only looks even brighter.”
Stryker Logistics is a top logistics provider of technology-driven supply chain solutions to some of the most successful companies in the world, and one of the fastest-growing companies in Kentucky. The Stryker team has built a network of top-quality resources, capabilities and technologies to provide complete door-to-door supply chain solutions. Stryker Logistics provides creative, value-added solutions that improve overall efficiency within its customers’ supply chains. Its services exceed expectations and the commitment is to do “whatever it takes.” Reach Stryker Logistics at 270-594-4149 and connect with us on Twitter, Linked In and Facebook.