Posts Tagged “transportation”
Posted by SMC³ staff on June 29, 2018
Attendees come to SMC³ educational events for the unvarnished truth, and Don Ratajczak’s ability to provide the crowd with the information they need to make informed decisions about economic pain points is unparalleled. His extemporaneous, animated speaking style provided a jolt many attendees likely needed after a late night of rocking out to Lou Gramm.
Posted by SMC³ staff on June 28, 2018
SMC³ hosts its Connections and Jump Start educational conferences in order to bring together supply chain stakeholders for three days of informative panels and targeted, meaningful networking. But on the first two days of Connections 2018, there was plenty of talk of the NBA and of one star player in particular.
Posted by SMC³ staff on June 26, 2018
Day one of the SMC³ Connections 2018 supply chain education conference, an event focused on the trends and issues in the transportation arena, took a bit of a monetary digression. During “The Practical Guide to Blockchain” panel, a parenthetical discussion of cryptocurrency featured some visionary claims regarding the use of Bitcoin and digital money.
Posted by SMC³ staff on June 12, 2018
LTL shipping is the single most complicated transportation option out there today, but it plays a pivotal role in the smooth operation of the supply chain. Companies that play the game well by aligning with the right carrier and technology partners know that LTL shipping is an extremely valuable transportation option. SMC³ has demonstrated time and again its ability to helps members of the supply chain optimize their LTL decisions.
Posted by SMC³ staff on March 14, 2018
Bright U.S. economic news came a little more than a month after economist Don Ratajczak spoke to attendees at SMC³’s Jump Start 2018 conference. The economic storyteller spent his time on stage taking stock of what has been happening around the world since his last update for SMC³ at Connections 2017. It all boiled down to one fact: There has been a significant increase in global economic activity.