FreightWaves Classics: I-17 serves Arizona’s ever-growing population

The Supply Chain Journal

It is 147 miles long and connects two of Arizona’s major cities – Phoenix and Flagstaff. Photo: Arizona State Library). Along most of its route I-17 is known as the Arizona Veterans Highway. Arizona’s population has grown tremendously over the past 50 years.

Rivian considers Texas, Arizona for $5B electric vehicle plant

The Supply Chain Journal

Automaker Rivian is eyeing locations in Texas and Arizona, among others, as possible sites for its second electric vehicle factory. Reuters reported on July 27 that Rivian was reportedly discussing with Arizona officials a location east of Mesa for the second factory.


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FreightWaves Classics: I-8 runs an interesting course in California and Arizona

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Interstate 8 (I-8) is an interstate highway that stretches from the southern edge of Mission Bay in San Diego, California, to its junction with I-10, just southeast of Casa Grande, Arizona. Interstate 8 in the Arizona desert. Photo: Arizona Department of Transportation).

Large wildfires lead to road closures in Arizona

The Supply Chain Journal

TelegraphFire #MescalFire — Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) June 7, 2021. Two wildfires in Arizona have spread quickly since being discovered earlier this month. Here are few more photos from one of our AZ511 cameras on US 60.

GXO to open, operate Arizona DC for Abercrombie & Fitch

The Supply Chain Journal

GXO Logistics will open a “ highly automated ” distribution center in Goodyear, Arizona, for customer Abercrombie & Fitch Co. in Arizona,” Bill Fraine, GXO chief commercial officer, said in a statement.

Nikola licenses Bosch fuel cells for module assembly in Arizona

The Supply Chain Journal

is going all-in on hydrogen fuel cells with Bosch Group, licensing the German supplier’s technology to assemble modules for Class 7 and Class 8 heavy-duty electric trucks at its new plant in the Arizona desert. Nikola Corp.

Smart Software and Arizona Public Service to Present at WERC 2022

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State of Arizona: Modernizing Statewide Procurement


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State of Arizona: Modernizing the Government Cooperative


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TSMC Construction of Arizona Chip Plant Is ‘Well Underway’

Supply Chain Brain

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. said it’s moving forward with plans to build a $12 billion chip plant in Phoenix, a step toward addressing U.S. concerns over reliability and security in the tech supply chain

AMER 2021 – Arizona – Agenda


Join Amber Holmes and Carter Marshall from the State of Arizona as they showcase the modernization efforts that the State has implemented over the past year. The post AMER 2021 – Arizona – Agenda appeared first on Ivalua Amber Holmes. Co-op Program and Special Projects Manager. Carter Marshall. Co-op Program and Special Projects Coordinator, State Procurement Office. Breakout Session. Modernizing the Government Cooperative.

FreightWaves Classics: Interstate 19 – it’s not the miles, it’s the kilometers!

The Supply Chain Journal

I-19 is one of two intrastate interstates in Arizona (the other being I-17, which was recently profiled in another FreightWaves Classics article ). This map shows the route of Interstate 19, which is entirely within Arizona. Photo: Arizona Department of Transportation).

AB&R® named among “Top Companies to Work for in Arizona” for the 6th consecutive year


PHOENIX, AZ (June 15, 2020) – and Republic Media ( The Arizona Republic and announced today that AB&R® (American Barcode and RFID) has earned a spot on the list of 2020® Top Companies to Work for in Arizona for the sixth year in a row. “It

New York City & State of Arizona


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AB&R® Named as One of the “Top Companies to Work for in Arizona” for the Fifth Year in a Row


PHOENIX, ARIZONA – JUNE 17, 2019. and Republic Media (The Arizona Republic and announced that AB&R® (American Barcode and RFID) has earned a spot on the list of 2019® Top Companies to Work for in Arizona for the fifth consecutive year. “We We are honored to be recognized for the fifth year in a row as one of Arizona’s “Top Companies to Work for!”

FreightWaves Classics: Big plans for Interstate 11 coming down the road

The Supply Chain Journal

Route 93 (US 93) between the Arizona state line and Henderson. As first proposed in the 2012 Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act, the highway was only authorized from Casa Grande, Arizona, to Las Vegas. An Arizona Department of Transportation crew place a sign.

Most dangerous highway stretches for US truckers

The Supply Chain Journal

US Highway 93, Arizona. Highway 93 in Mohave County, Arizona. This highway covers a stretch of 200 miles in Arizona that many drivers use to travel between Las Vegas and Phoenix. These are the top five most dangerous highway stretches in the U.S.,

Notes from ProcureCon Indirect West at the Wigwam in Phoenix Arizona

Supply Chain View from the Field

Had a great time today speaking at the ProcureCon conference in Phoenix today, and spent a good deal of time talking to a number of the different solutions providers in the vendor area. I was amazed at the speed and convenience of the technical solutions emerging in the procurement area, based on the discussions I had with the individuals present. For example, a discussion with Anu Gardiner at Docusign opened up my eyes to the technology involved in signing contracts.

FreightWaves Classics/Leaders: Estévan Ochoa was a freight hauler and a public servant

The Supply Chain Journal

In February 1858, the New Mexico territorial legislature adopted a resolution to create the Arizona Territory. A map of the Arizona and New Mexico territories. Photo: University of Arizona). On February 24, 1863 the Arizona Territory was created by the U.S. Early life.

Southwest coalition seeks to connect supply chains ‘growing chaotically’

The Supply Chain Journal

that seeks to stage certain logistics activities in Nevada, Utah and Arizona and away from the densely populated metropolitan and port areas in California. The supply chains of California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona are inextricably linked and growing chaotically.

Less than Truckload Freight Rates: Phoenix, Arizona


LTL Freight Rates: from Major Cities in the USA & Canada to Phoenix, Arizona. The post Less than Truckload Freight Rates: Phoenix, Arizona appeared first on Freightera Blog. Looking to ship pallets within the USA and Canada? You can do so quickly and easily on

South Korean company bringing delivery drones to Phoenix

The Supply Chain Journal

A third company included in the MOU, the Aerospace Arizona Association, will supply Pablo Air with a local test bed and institutional support in the form of Federal Aviation Administration flight regulations and more. Drone delivery bulls took a hit after news of Amazon’s floundering U.K.

Overcoming the Challenges to Achieving End-to-End Supply Chain Visibility


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Guest Blog: Women of the Supply Chain: Responsibility, Collaboration and Bathroom Lines


General News Products Sales and operations planning (S&OP) Supply chain management Abbott Laboratories Arizona State University Bloomberg Businessweek Business school CNOOC Limited Decision making Digital strategy MBA Supply chain by Melissa Clow Josh Greenbaum , Principal, Enterprise Applications Consulting recently published an interesting blog that I would like to share with our readers.

Will that be automatic or semi-automatic to manage your supply chain?


General News Miscellanea Sales and operations planning (S&OP) Supply chain collaboration Supply chain management Air conditioning AK-47 Arizona Hubble Space Telescope Light-year M16 rifle NASA Pillars of Creation United States United States Army by Christopher Hatcher Years ago when I was in the army, one of the most memorable days of my mostly forgettable BASIC training experience was flipping the switch to automatic.

Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference, 13th – 16th May 2019, Phoenix, Arizona


The post Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference, 13th – 16th May 2019, Phoenix, Arizona appeared first on Ivalua Ivalua is the SILVER sponsor at this prestiguous conference. If you would like to meet our team there please contact We look forward to meeting you there! For more information and to register, please visit the event website.

Autonomous Driving and Logistics: The Effects

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Even you are not an ardent follower of new technical advancements there is still a good chance that you have heard about the concept of autonomous vehicles.

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Supply Chain News on Autonomous Trucks One Step Closer to Reality

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TuSimple Successfully Conducts Truly Driverless Test over 80 Miles of Open Road in Arizona

Watch: Is the Supply Chain About to Fail Again?

Supply Chain Brain

Ben Ruddell, director and professor in the School of Informatics, Computing and Cyber Systems at Northern Arizona University, offers a perspective on whether we can expect another wave of shortages of essential products on store shelves this year

Watch: The Fast-Developing World of Supply Chain Financing

Supply Chain Brain

An increasing number of organizations are relying on their supply chains to fund operations, says Dale Rogers, On Semiconductor professor of business at Arizona State University, but what is the effect on suppliers

AMER 2021 – Carter Marshall


Carter recently graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management and started with the Arizona State Procurement Office in early 2019. Carter Marshall. Co-op Program and Special Projects Coordinator, State Procurement Office.

Questions From High School Student Interested in Supply Chain Management

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I have been accepted to both Michigan State’s and Arizona State’s supply chain programs, but I think a smaller, private school could be a better. I recently received an email from a high school student looking for advice.

Watch: Business and Government’s Role in Strengthening Critical Supply Chains

Supply Chain Brain

Benjamin Ruddell, Professor in the School of Informatics, Computing & Cyber Systems at Northern Arizona University, offers advice to both the private and public sectors on how best to carry out President Biden’s recent executive order on creating more resilient supply chains for essential goods.

Flood risk stays afloat amid Southwest monsoons

The Supply Chain Journal

The National Weather Service has flash flood watches in place across large portions of Arizona and New Mexico, as well as smaller sections of southeastern Utah and southern Colorado. Truckers will have to dodge monsoonal thunderstorms for another day in the Desert Southwest.

World Photography Day 2022 Look Book 


Jenny Fasolino – Vice President of Internal Communications, Scottsdale, Arizona. Kevin O’ Donnell – Senior Marketing Manager, Scottsdale, Arizona. A picture is worth a thousand words, and our Blue Yonder associates love to share.

Bill Gates Spends $80 million to Create a “Smart City”

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An investment firm run by Bill Gates has put down $80 million to develop a planned community in Arizona, the community will integrate technology and high-speed data into its "smart city" infrastructure

FreightWaves Classics: I-15 runs from southern California through the Intermountain West

The Supply Chain Journal

The highway passes through California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Idaho and Montana. When I-15 was completed through California, Nevada, Arizona and Utah, US 91 was relegated to frontage road status and then decommissioned. I-15 crosses the border with Arizona in Mesquite.

Strong crosswinds for truckers out West

The Supply Chain Journal

A strong frontal boundary Thursday will produce gusty winds across many portions of the West from Montana to Arizona. This includes western Colorado, most of Utah, northwestern New Mexico and northern Arizona.

[PROFILE] Thomas de Fresart '14 - Parker CMC Networking

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College:  Arizona State University: B.S., Parker CMC Networking. About UCLA Parker CMC. The UCLA Anderson Parker Career Management Center is comprised of Career Coaches and Executives-in-Residence, who partner with students to define, pursue and achieve their post-MBA career goals, and the Campus Recruiting Team, which cultivates relationships with companies to connect them with the right MBA talent. Parker CMC Site. Blog inquiries:

Heat wave coming for truckers in Southwest

The Supply Chain Journal

Because the intense heat could last for several days, the National Weather Service (NWS) has issued excessive heat warnings across the region, including southern Nevada, southern California and a large portion of Arizona.