The Best Supply Chain Conferences of 2019

Cerasis

Major leaders conducting sessions and events at this conference in Charlotte Russe, Heineken, KeHE, Lowe’s, Mercedes-Benz, PetSmart and more.

Will sub-zero temps stall trucking operations?

DAT Solutions

Cargo can also be damaged by the cold. If there are delays, or the truck is stranded on the highway, the cargo could be ruined. Reefers protect freezable cargo. Large swaths of the U.S.

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30 Supply Chain Leaders Under 30—Class of 2018

Material Handling & Logistics

Every year, the 30 Under 30 program designates one "megawatt star," and for this year that honor goes to Charlotte de Brabandt, a 30-year old category associate with Johnson & Johnson, based in Zurich, Switzerland. Charlotte de Brabandt, Johnson & Johnson.

BVL Carolinas Chapter is Launched: More than 100 participants at Volvo in Greensboro.

Supply Chain View from the Field

It is envisioned that the chapter will have meetings held across the Carolinas, including RTP, Charlotte, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and Greenville, SC. The first inaugural meeting of the BVL International Carolinas Chapter was held on August 12, 2013 at the Volvo facility in Greensboro, NC.

Best Supply Chain Conferences of 2019

Veridian Solutions

Major leaders conducting sessions and events at this conference in Charlotte Russe, Heineken, KeHE, Lowe’s, Mercedes-Benz, PetSmart and more.

Here's How Hurricanes Irma and Harvey Have Affected Van Freight

DAT Solutions

That doesn’t mean that everything is the same as before – some cargo is not moving at all, and other types of freight are moving in higher volume because of pent-up demand. Charlotte to Lakeland also spiked 36¢ to $2.89 Charlotte to Atlanta was up to $2.57

How Will Hurricane Harvey Affect Freight Rates?

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For example, you can expect to see a lot more than the usual number of westbound loads on DAT load boards out of Atlanta, Charlotte and Greenville , SC in the next week or two. Buffalo to Charlotte added 20¢ to $1.88

Rebuilding Efforts Fuel Flatbed Demand

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Baltimore rates rose sharply after Irma, likely due to ocean cargo that was diverted from Miami and Savannah. The lane from Baltimore to Charlotte jumped up 60¢ last week to $2.22/mile, but volumes are trending back down now.

Freight Abounds, but Rates Return to July Levels

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The decline is a normal seasonal trend, reflecting a change in the mix of cargo and lanes. Charlotte and Atlanta also lost traction. We expected the sizzling hot freight market to cool off a little, and it did.

Cargo Ship Woes Still Affecting Spot Market Rates

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Rates fell the most out of Allentown , PA, and Charlotte , but Hurricane Matthew could affect rates there this week.