Posts Tagged “supply chain”

SMC³ supply chain conference chair says shippers benefit at Jump Start 2020

Speakers at SMC³‘s Jump Start 2020 supply chain conference, coming to Atlanta this January, will explore emerging trends, current challenges and new innovations in the supply chain. Eric Stone, Johnson and Johnson’s senior manager of domestic sourcing and supplier performance, recently took the time to discuss the current state of the transportation market, which previews his remarks from the Jump Start stage, as well as how he thinks shippers benefit from attending SMC³ conferences.

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HAPPY HALLOWEEN from SMC³

With SMC³’s spooky-fast freight transportation APIs, shippers and 3PLs can gain complete visibility to spot-market pricing, as well as automate manual processes and redeploy resources to revenue generating activities.

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Six reasons to attend SMC³’s January logistics and supply chain conference

Jump Start 2020, a three-day logistics and supply chain conference held this January in Atlanta, is one of many transportation events held throughout the country in 2020. SMC³ has worked tirelessly to create the ideal environment for qualitative, valuable networking and industry education. So why should you attend?

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Behind the scenes at SMC³ with Mark Artis

SMC³’s Mark Artis recently sat down to chat about his role at SMC³, how his career began in the truckload industry and how the Cost Intelligence System product lets carriers quickly, efficiently and accurately derive cost and profitability information from their operations.

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Automated freight bidding tools pay dividends for shippers, carriers and 3PLs striving for procurement optimization

At the start of the new year, it’s common for freight shippers striving for an optimized supply chain to review their carrier options to make sure they use the ideal mix of freight transportation providers. In 2019, this procurement business has lasted the entire year, as shippers and 3PLs look to take advantage of a softer freight market to secure better pricing and service.

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