Posts Tagged “logistics”
Authored by SMC³ on August 3, 2020
SMC³ President and CEO Andrew Slusher recently participated in a podcast sponsored by Innovecs, talking about how the pandemic has impacted the supply chain. During the conversation, Slusher presented three main ideas that supply chain company leaders need to keep in the front of their mind when confronting unique challenges like the coronavirus pandemic.
Authored by SMC³ on July 13, 2020
SMC³ will offer an exclusive version of its LTL fundamentals supply chain education course SMC³’s exclusive summer version of its LTL fundamentals course features discussions with transportation industry experts. One of those industry experts is Jason Burns, president of New Orleans-based QCS Logistics. In this preview of his discussion with summer school enrollees, Burns explores the current state of the final-mile industry.
Authored by SMC³ on July 8, 2020
SMC³ will offer an exclusive version of its LTL fundamentals supply chain education course complete with live lectures from industry experts. Greg West, vice president of LTL at C.H. Robinson, will participate in a conversation with students about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on logistics operations. SMC³ recently spoke with West to discuss the pandemic and the growing use of technology in the supply chain.
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.
Authored by SMC³ on April 8, 2020
Countless employees throughout the supply chain are in work-from-home remote roles due to COVID-19 and the coronavirus pandemic. Social distancing measures have been taken by carriers, shippers, 3PLs and other freight transportation firms. But what happens to those supply chain novices that were just starting their training and are suddenly left without an outlet for logistics education?