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SEKO Logistics Launches New Facilities in Baltimore and Charlotte

Supply Chain Brain

east coast in Baltimore, Maryland and Charlotte, North Carolina SEKO Logistics, a provider of complete supply chain solutions, has recently opened new regional distribution hubs on the U.S.

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Chatting about the future of procurement with Charlotte de Brabandt

Xeeva

We recently had the opportunity to chat with Charlotte de Brabandt, Institute for Supply Management’s (ISM) 30 Under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars 2017 Megawatt Star and member of ISM’s Thought Leadership Council. CHARLOTTE: I think the whole role of procurement will change in the future. CHARLOTTE: Well, I think we should look at all of the trends which are currently happening. CHARLOTTE: That’s definitely a good question!

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An Interview on How Sustainable Procurement Programs Foster a Greener Future with Charlotte de Brabandt and Max Kent

HICX Solutions

Ahead of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) , held between 31st October and 12th November, we welcomed Charlotte de Brabandt and Max Kent to the Supplier Experience Live podcast, to discuss how sustainable procurement programs foster a greener future.

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Charlotte Area CPO’s Share Insights on Supplier Relationship Management

Supply Chain View from the Field

I had the opportunity to host a roundtable at Fleming’s Steakhouse in downtown Charlotte for a group of Chief Procurement Officers hosted by Accenture, sharing thoughts on the subject of SRM. The gathering was an opportunity to get to meet peers in the procurement leadership in the Charlotte area, and exchange ideas on themes and issues of interest.

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Retaining and Motivating Procurement Talent with Charlotte de Brabandt

HICX Solutions

For this episode, we welcome a familiar guest on HICX’s webinars and the Supplier Experience Live podcast, Charlotte de Brabandt. Charlotte is a speaker, trainer, and ambassador for the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) , with over 10 years of experience in global procurement.

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How open banking is done — an interview with Charlotte Crosswell

Axway

The following article is an adapted transcript based on the audio recording of Season 2, Episode 8 of the Mr. Open Banking podcast. The audio version is available here. When it comes to the fintech space , the UK … open banking digital banking mr. open banking Open Banking

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How open banking is done — an interview with Charlotte Crosswell

Axway

The following article is an adapted transcript based on the audio recording of Season 2, Episode 8 of the Mr. Open Banking podcast. The audio version is available here. When it comes to the fintech space , the UK … Open Banking

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Rice ends seven-game skid beating Charlotte 73-64

TradeGecko

HOUSTON (AP) — Ako Adams finished with 20 points on 7-of-11 shooting and Rice ended a seven-game losing streak and beat Charlotte 73-64 on Saturday

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How to improve relations with suppliers and build the Procurement function of the future

HICX

In the podcast, we first ask Max and Charlotte to unpack that statistic. In Charlotte’s words, “There was a massive shift because suddenly the supplier was leading. Max continues, “I couldn’t agree with Charlotte more. Charlotte agrees. “I

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Trip Report on WERC 2018

Supply Chain Digest

Another Solid Performance at WERC Conference in Charlotte, though I Did not Find Any Truly Outstanding Sessions for a Change

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Becoming a successful freight agent — Cyberly

The Supply Chain Journal

On this episode of Cyberly, Blythe Brumleve travels to Charlotte, North Carolina, for Armstrong Transport Group’s annual agent conference. It’s an event filled with educational and community-building activities among all freight agents with the program.

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Titanium adds US brokerage office in Denver

The Supply Chain Journal

The Denver office joins Titanium’s ( TSX-V:TTR ) existing brokerages in Charlotte, North Carolina; Nashville, Tennessee; and Chicago. . Titanium Transportation Group has opened its fourth U.S.

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Why is XPO Spinning Off RXO with Drew Wilkerson

The Logistics of Logistics

Mr. Wilkerson joined XPO in 2012 to spearhead the growth of the company’s flagship truck brokerage hub in Charlotte, North Carolina. The corporate headquarters will be in Charlotte, North Carolina. Drew Wilkerson and Joe Lynch discuss why XPO spinning off RXO.

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How Sustainable Procurement Programs Foster a Greener Future

HICX Solutions

In this webinar, we join Charlotte de Brabandt and Max Kent to discuss how sustainable procurement programs foster a greener future and how they play a role in the wider digitization of the procurement function. Charlotte de Brabandt.

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Putting the Supplier Experience at the Forefront of Strategic Procurement

HICX Solutions

For the session, we were joined by Charlotte Anabelle de Brabandt , a representative of the Institute for Supply Management (IMS) and Ramit Mahajan , the Head of Supply Chain Enablement, India at Henkel. . Charlotte also believes that we are witnessing systemic change. “I

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Tropical Storm Elsa approaching US

The Supply Chain Journal

Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency Saturday for the following counties: DeSoto, Charlotte, Citrus, Collier, Hardee, Hernando, Hillsborough, Lee, Levy, Manatee, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Pinellas, Pasco and Sarasota.

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Deadly Tropical Storm Elsa heading toward mainland US

The Supply Chain Journal

Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency Saturday for the following counties: DeSoto, Charlotte, Citrus, Collier, Hardee, Hernando, Hillsborough, Lee, Levy, Manatee, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Pinellas, Pasco and Sarasota.

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Small Fleet Summit: Cargo theft prevention plans key to protecting high-value loads

The Supply Chain Journal

BIO: Wingfield’s trucking consulting and carrier services firm, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, focuses on providing resources and guidance to small carriers. This fireside chat is from FreightWaves’ Small Fleet & Owner-Operator Summit on Wednesday.

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Cold Chain Basics with Andy Bahr

The Logistics of Logistics

He currently resides in Charlotte, NC with his yellow lab, Charlie. Cold Chain Basics with Andy Bahr. Andy Bahr and Joe Lynch discuss cold chain basics.

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Norfolk Southern to reopen south central Pennsylvania intermodal facility

The Supply Chain Journal

Other intermodal terminals constructed as part of the initiative were terminals in Birmingham in Alabama, Charlotte in North Carolina; and Memphis, all part of a 2,500-mile rail corridor from the Gulf Coast to the Northeast.

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Stormy week ahead for many US truckers

The Supply Chain Journal

Louis; Evansville, Indiana; Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky; Birmingham and Montgomery, Alabama; Atlanta; Columbia, South Carolina; as well as Charlotte, North Carolina. Dicey weather could slow down truckers and supply chains this week across the eastern half the country.

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Titanium to expand US freight brokerage business after record Q2

The Supply Chain Journal

brokerage business — consisting of offices in Charlotte, North Carolina; Nashville, Tennessee; and Chicago — has rapidly become a major growth driver since its inception in 2019. Titanium Transportation Group ( TSX-V:TTR ) plans to open at least two new freight brokerage offices in the U.S.

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Convoy encourages diverse carriers to become certified

The Supply Chain Journal

a minority- and veteran-owned small trucking company based in Charlotte, North Carolina. In 2016, Charmaria Gurley and her brother launched Gurley All Freight ?—

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Spot market settles after Hurricane Florence

DAT Solutions

Buffalo to Charlotte was down 24¢ at $2.44/mile. Atlanta to Charlott e fell 17¢ to $2.84/mile. As people in the Carolinas try their best to return to their normal routines, the freight markets have settled back down into typical seasonal trends following Hurricane Florence. Unlike with Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the impact from Florence on freight movements was mostly felt regionally.

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9 logistics companies named to Inc.’s Best Workplaces

The Supply Chain Journal

VRG Components (Charlotte, North Carolina) — A sourcing partner that supplies electronics manufacturers with high-quality electronic components to maximize their production processes. Nine logistics companies were recognized on Inc. magazine’s sixth annual list of Best Workplaces.

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Top 5 US spots for truck-animal collisions

The Supply Chain Journal

The accidents were concentrated in Lilesville Township in northeastern Anson County, about 60 miles southeast of Charlotte, and includes the town of Lilesville. A wild animal bolts into the road, giving a trucker little to no time to avoid a collision. It could happen just about anywhere.

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TuSimple: Autonomous freight network 6 months ahead of schedule

The Supply Chain Journal

Autonomous trucking software leader TuSimple is running six months ahead of schedule in building out the first phase of its autonomous freight network, and should reach Charlotte, North Carolina, and Orlando, Florida, by the end of the year.

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30 Supply Chain Leaders Under 30—Class of 2018

Material Handling and 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. You'll find Charlotte de Brabandt, and 29 of her peers, in the following sildeshow. Charlotte de Brabandt, Johnson & Johnson. Content Summary: Charlotte de Brabandt, age 30, is a category associate with Johnson & Johnson.

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Land CMA CGM Marco Polo tour with ‘most beautiful’ photos

The Supply Chain Journal

The largest container ship to call the North American East Coast is drawing shoreline crowds on its first visit. CMA CGM is even offering tours of the Marco Polo to those who post the “most beautiful” images of the mammoth container ship to Instagram.

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Titanium Transportation revenue surges over 90% in Q1

The Supply Chain Journal

The lean operations, which include locations in Nashville, Tennessee, and Charlotte, North Carolina, have allowed Titanium to tap into the much larger domestic U.S. Titanium Transportation Group ( TSX-V:TTR ) reported record revenue in the first quarter on Tuesday as the Canadian firm’s U.S.

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Selling in Tough Times with Nick Strober and Melanie Flores

The Logistics of Logistics

She started up Corning’s optical fiber factory in the Charlotte, NC area, founded a popular kindergarten engineering design workshop based on a famous MIT course, and led the STEM coaching team serving 48 Easter Seals teachers across metro Atlanta.

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DeliverEnd and Perfit partner to provide end-to-end solution

The Supply Chain Journal

While DeliverEnd’s fleet currently covers only the Indianapolis area , the company has plans to expand into 20 major cities by the end of 2021, including Boston and Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham , North Carolina.

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How Data Drives Supplier Experience, Digitization & Transformation

HICX Solutions

The growth of best-of-breed solutions is providing exciting new opportunities for Procurement, unlocking best-in-class experiences for users and, in turn, driving digitization and transformation.

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Supply chain industries have a massive impact on the North Carolina economy

NC State SCRC

This recent study on the state of the supply chain industry and its impact on the North Carolina economy was completed by a team of who students recently presented both in front of the North Carolina Legislature (Subcommittee on State Logistics) and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals in their Charlotte Roundtable. On the other hand, the session they presented to by practitioners in Charlotte at the Council of Supply Chain Management (shown below) was full to capacity.

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Titanium Transportation revenue surges over 90% in Q1

The Supply Chain Journal

The lean operations, which include locations in Nashville, Tennessee, and Charlotte, North Carolina, have allowed Titanium to tap into the much larger domestic U.S. Titanium Transportation Group ( TSX-V:TTR ) reported record revenue in the first quarter on Tuesday as the Canadian firm’s U.S.

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FreightWaves Haul of Fame: Epes Transport celebrates 90 years

The Supply Chain Journal

of Conover, North Carolina; on April 14, 2010, the company acquired Scales Express of Valdosta, Georgia; and on April 17, 2012, Cargo Logistics of Charlotte, North Carolina was acquired. Epes Transport was founded in 1931 in Blackstone, Virginia by Wilfred G. Epes as “The Transport Company.”

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Arrival taps HERE Technologies for electric-van routing

The Supply Chain Journal

based company announced earlier this year its second microfactory would be built in Charlotte, North Carolina. Many of the vehicles produced at the Charlotte microfactory are expected to enter UPS’ North American and European fleets.