Archive for the “Supply Chain” Category
FCDC Chairman and NMFTA Executive Director to offer insight into classification and the role of NMFTA at SMC³ supply chain hybrid online education course
Authored by SMC³ on April 14, 2021
During a special hybrid class from SMC³’s online education program – LTL203: LTL Carrier Pricing & Costing, Joel Ringer, chairman of the Freight Classification Development Council (FCDC) at the NMFTA, will provide an in-depth discussion on how the NMFTA plays a unique role in the classification of LTL freight. Ringer and his colleague Paul Levine, executive director at NMFTA, recently took the time to give insight into the association.
Authored by SMC³ on March 9, 2021
Nearly one year into the coronavirus pandemic, there is no question the supply chain industry is adapting and changing to the new environment in which we find ourselves. These changes have taken many forms — some temporary and others that are much more likely to remain a strong part of the supply chain ecosystem for years to come.
Authored by SMC³ on January 28, 2021
On the final day of the Jump Start 2021 virtual supply chain conference panelists analyzed how changing policy priorities could impact their businesses moving through 2021 and beyond with the new administration.
Authored by SMC³ on January 26, 2021
During the opening day of the virtual Jump Start supply chain conference, the focus was gravitated toward one common theme: Change. Industry experts discussed economic, political and technology changes that will set the stage for the post-pandemic recovery in 2021, the new presidential administration, among other topics.
GlobalTranz Chief Technology Officer to offer insight into technology opportunities in the year ahead at Jump Start 2021
Authored by SMC³ on January 20, 2021
GlobalTranz chief technology officer Russ Felker will join FourKite’s Priya Rajagopalan to discuss using logistics technology to solve supply chain pain points. Felker recently spoke with SMC³ about how to solve some of these issues and how GlobalTranz has adapted during the coronavirus pandemic.