Archive for the “Transportation” Category
Education Workshop: Digital Transformation
Authored by SMC³ on November 9, 2021
A recent SMC³ educational workshop covered the inherent value of data and how transportation companies can harness it to drive their digital transformation. Here’s how shippers, carriers, and 3PLs can move toward the data-driven future.
The Anatomy of a Transportation Contract: Part 2
Authored by SMC³ on September 8, 2021
Common understanding is the real measure of any good transportation contract. Every paragraph, every line, and every word should be chosen in a way that reduces confusion. In this follow-up session, Rocky Rogers and Rob Moseley of Moseley Marcinak Law Group picked up the thread by outlining a handful of additional “must-have” elements from the model agreement and what purpose they serve in an ideal contract.
The Anatomy of a Transportation Contract
Authored by SMC³ on August 31, 2021
As a part of the SMC³ LTL 204: US LTL Transportation Law & Regulations hybrid summer course, industry experts shared some of their tips for navigating transportation contracts and making sure your organization is prepared for anything.
The Dos and Don’ts of Hazardous Materials Transport
Authored by SMC³ on August 24, 2021
Examples of disastrous hazardous materials events are not hard to find. They range from minor contaminants that spill out of containers and onto the road or into the sewer system—to massive explosions that can lead to physical harm or worse. During a recent SMC³ LTL 204: US LTL Transportation Law & Regulations seminar focusing on HazMat best practices, the panel touched on a handful of tips and valuable advice supply chain professionals can use to improve their HazMat practices.
Behind the scenes with some of SMC³’s longest-tenured employees
Authored by SMC³ on May 20, 2020
SMC³ is a freight transportation technology company built on rich expertise, operational excellence and neutrality across the supply chain. The company, which is headquartered near Atlanta, is also admired due to the longevity of its staff. Employees spend long spans of their careers at the company, serving a diverse mix of customers and meeting an array of challenges for decades of their working lives.
Here’s what SMC³ means to some of its longest-tenured employees
Authored by SMC³ on May 13, 2020
Every member of the SMC³ freight transportation technology team has a different story. Two long-time employees, Anita Hollman and Wendy Bratcher, took the time to explain what makes SMC³ so special. Hollman has spent a combined 42 years at the company; Bratcher began her company journey in 1998.