Posts Tagged “transportation”
Authored by SMC³ on February 1, 2019
During the final two days of the SMC³ Jump Start 2019 supply chain conference, attendees heard from a duo of economic experts that presented a survey of the global economy and its impact on the logistics business as well as an array of transportation analysts and supply chain technology specialists.
Logistics legislation discussion, supply chain collaboration highlight first day of supply chain conference
Authored by SMC³ on January 29, 2019
During the opening day of the Jump Start supply chain conference, panelists discussed transportation infrastructure, logistics collaboration and the ever-present trucking capacity crunch. The more than 550 attendees included shippers, 3PLs, carriers and technology providers who assembled to explore the latest trends in supply chain visibility and AI’s expanding role in the industry, among other topics.
Authored by SMC³ on January 15, 2019
The SMC³ educational supply chain conference Jump Start 2019 is chock full of panels that provide the information shippers, 3PLs and other members of the transportation and logistics arena need to start 2019 on the right foot. During the three-day event, industry stakeholders will be exposed to a wealth of knowledge from logistics technology leaders, supply chain analysts and transportation experts.
Authored by SMC³ on November 13, 2018
Shippers constantly ask SMC³’s Nick Angeletos about how their companies can use SMC³’s logistics technology solutions to optimize their LTL transportation spend. Though he’s only been part of the company for a short time, Angeletos knowledgably steers these customers to solutions that deliver unrivaled LTL shipment visibility, transit-time information and freight rating power.
Authored by SMC³ 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.