Posts Tagged “shippers”

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Behind the scenes at SMC³ with Nate Fouch

Nate Fouch is the strategic account manager for SMC³. He recently took time out to discuss his new role, how he got started in the LTL industry, and what he thinks is key for maintaining a strong business relationship with customers. Get to know more about Nate in this behind the scenes interview.

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Reimagining the Fundamentals of LTL Pricing & Costing are Vital to a Successful Supply Chain

For the last year, shippers and carriers in the LTL industry have faced unprecedented challenges. During SMC³’s Basic Fundamentals of LTL Pricing & Costing course, Brian Thompson, chief commercial officer for SMC³, and Eddie Sorg, vice president of yield management for ArcBest, joined current students for a deeper discussion of what these changing dynamics look like and how both carriers and shippers can reimagine their workflows to create more efficient, profitable partnerships.

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How LTL Online Education Can Navigate Post-Pandemic Success

Finding the right supply chain education program that fits your needs during a pandemic remains easier said than done. Fortunately, SMC³’s supply chain education courses cover a wide range of topics. Industry experts will further explore these topics during the exclusive supply chain course, “LTL203: Carrier Pricing and Costing.”

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The State of the Supply Chain

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.

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Here’s what SMC³ means to some of its longest-tenured employees

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.

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