Hyperloop prototype to be built, tested in Colorado

The Supply Chain Journal

A new testing facility for an experimental transportation technology known as hyperloop is set for Pueblo, Colorado. Army Depot located in Pueblo, Colorado. News Rail Technology Colorado Elon Musk Hyperloop Pueblo PuebloPlex Swisspod Transportation Technology Center Inc

Severe mudslides trigger I-70 closure in Colorado

The Supply Chain Journal

Colorado Gov. At a news conference Monday afternoon, Polis said he was pushing the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) to get one lane of Interstate 70 in each direction open as quickly as possible. KMGH-TV also reported that Colorado State Patrol Col.

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Bindiya Vakil on Denver Colorado Radio: Helping the Hospital Supply Chain

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Colorado River Water Rationed for First Time Amid Drought

Supply Chain Brain

Federal officials ordered the first-ever water cuts on the Colorado River system that sustains 40 million people

5 states with toughest chain laws for truckers

The Supply Chain Journal

Overall, Colorado seems to have the strictest chain law. Colorado. Colorado’s commercial vehicle chain law applies to every state, federal and interstate highway within Colorado’s borders. Photo: Colorado State Patrol).

Your supply chain is costing you money – Reason #10 Failure to adequately train your supply chain planning staff

Kinaxis

General News Products Response Management Sales and operations planning (S&OP) Supply chain management 2008 US beef protest in South Korea Beef Business Business process Cargill Colorado Competitive advantage Customer Supply chain by John Westerveld Over the years, working for and with numerous manufacturing companies, I’ve seen many supply chain practices that cost companies money.

The Paragon Customer Q&A: Automating Route Planning at Colorado Boxed Beef Company

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The post The Paragon Customer Q&A: Automating Route Planning at Colorado Boxed Beef Company appeared first on Paragon Routing. Operational Routing and Scheduling Paragon HQ

Watch: Why Should the Supply Chain Care About Cybersecurity?

Supply Chain Brain

By its very nature, the supply chain is especially vulnerable to cyber attack, says Zac Rogers, assistant professor of supply chain management at Colorado State University

FreightWaves Classics: I-25 serves three Western states

The Supply Chain Journal

It serves as the primary highway through New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming. Along its nearly 1,063-mile route are three state capitals (Santa Fe, New Mexico; Denver, Colorado; and Cheyenne, Wyoming). The highway traverses Raton Pass (at an elevation of 7,798 feet) and enters Colorado. .

CDOT working feverishly to reopen damaged area of I-70

The Supply Chain Journal

Dry weather in recent days has allowed crews to work without interruption clearing mud and other debris from Interstate 70 in the Glenwood Canyon area of western Colorado. This was according to the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). Go west on Colorado 9 toward Kremmling.

Titanium adds US brokerage office in Denver

The Supply Chain Journal

Colorado is an attractive market opportunity,” CEO Ted Daniel said in a statement, pointing to the presence of almost 6,000 manufacturers and rapid population growth. Canada Logistics News Trucking Canadian companies Colorado Denver freight brokerages Titanium Transportation Group

Most dangerous highway stretches for US truckers

The Supply Chain Journal

US Highway 160, Colorado. Highway 160 in La Plata County, Colorado. This 490-mile-long highway segment starts near Colorado’s border with New Mexico and ends near the Colorado-Kansas border. These are the top five most dangerous highway stretches in the U.S.,

FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad (Part 1)

The Supply Chain Journal

The railroad reached its first target, Colorado Springs, with service officially launched on January 1, 1872. The railroad had reached La Junta, Colorado on February 16, 1876. The D&RG extended south from Alamosa, Colorado, reaching Espanola, New Mexico on December 30, 1880.

Hot Shots: Wildfires, floods, lucky landing and more

The Supply Chain Journal

This week features huge Western wildfires, devastating floods in Colorado, a successful emergency airplane landing and more. Flash floods killed at least one person Tuesday night in northern Colorado.

Snowstorm to slam Rockies early this week

The Supply Chain Journal

Across many high elevations of Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado, the National Weather Service is forecasting 1 to 2 feet of snow to pile up. Interstate 70 from Vail to Glenwood Springs, Colorado.

Winter Storm Alert: Major Snowstorm Threatens the Rockies and High Plains

GlobalTranz

Meteorologists at Weather.com are predicting “a major snowstorm will likely pummel parts of the Rockies and High Plains this weekend with over a foot of snow that could snarl travel, damage trees and knock out power in parts of Colorado, Wyoming and western Nebraska.”

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Blizzard keeps trucking through Rockies

The Supply Chain Journal

Most of the snow so far has hit eastern Idaho, southern Montana and northern Wyoming, but will spread Tuesday across the rest of Wyoming, eastern Montana, Utah and western Colorado. Interstate 70 from Vail to Glenwood Springs, Colorado.

Green Supply Chain News on Those Raising Questions about Global Warming Hope New Administration will Support Other Viewpoints

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Billion Dollar Research Pie, As Colorado Academic Describes Forces Unleashed Against Him for Questioning Increase in Natural DisastersSkeptic Hope for Piece of the 2.5

Warehouse cramming is about to begin — Freightonomics

The Supply Chain Journal

They welcome Zac Rogers from Colorado State University to the show to talk through the industry tightness. nVision Global, is a leading Global Freight Audit, Supply Chain Management Services company offering enterprise-wide supply chain solutions.

Truck driver killed in Texas after collision with freight train

The Supply Chain Journal

Hyperloop prototype to be built, tested in Colorado. A truck driver is dead following a collision Wednesday involving a tractor-trailer and freight train just northeast of Houston, according to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. The accident happened just after 7 a.m.

Daily Infographic: Highway tunnels that restrict hazardous materials transportation

The Supply Chain Journal

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Flood risk keeps trucking through the South

The Supply Chain Journal

Several more inches of snow could pile up Thursday in western portions of Wyoming and Colorado, with lighter amounts in the northern Rockies. Truckers face another day of delays as heavy rain persists in areas from Texas to the Great Lakes.

Hot Shots: Hurricane, summer snow, container ship cluster

The Supply Chain Journal

Severe storms rolled through parts of the Plains earlier this week, producing large hail in Colorado the size of quarters and half dollars. It piled so high that it looked like snow in some places, like in the town of Falcon, about 15 miles east of Colorado Springs.

Flood threat keeps trucking across South this week

The Supply Chain Journal

Temperatures in some high elevations of Wyoming, Colorado and Utah will plummet into the 20s Monday night into early Tuesday. Truckers will battle more soaking rain across the Southeast this week, after periods of flash flooding over the weekend. Flooding in Decatur due to heavy rainfall.

Amazon to hire 75K workers for North American logistics, fulfillment

The Supply Chain Journal

According to Amazon, the states with the most open positions are Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Washington and Wisconsin. Amazon.com Inc.

This Week in Logistics News (October 24-28, 2016)

Talking Logistics

Moving on to this week’s supply chain and logistics news… Uber’s Otto hauls Budweiser across Colorado in self-driving truck (Reuters). This week, as reported by Reuters, “Otto, the self-driving truck subsidiary of Uber, shipped a truckload of Budweiser from Fort Collins, Colorado to Colorado Springs last Thursday with the driver monitoring from the truck’s sleeper berth for the entire two-hour journey.” I should have gotten the email by now.

Rail Roundup: BNSF reopens intermodal facility; KCS, Savage plan railport

The Supply Chain Journal

He has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Colorado State University-Fort Collins and a master’s in industrial and systems engineering from Colorado State University-Pueblo. BNSF reopens Memphis-area intermodal facility to meet increased demand.

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro! Lessons for Life and Business!

Supply Chain Game Changer

I spent a year working in Colorado. In Colorado you can’t help but be drawn to the beauty of the mountains. When I first got the urge to climb mountains in Colorado I had no experience whatsoever. Subscribe Here! Email Address. Subscribe to Supply Chain Game Changer.

Flood threat continues on Southeast trucking lanes

The Supply Chain Journal

Light snow accumulations could coat roads in high elevations of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. Truckers will hit more periods of torrential rain Friday in the Southeast, with additional areas of flash flooding likely. More flood photos from Highway 119 last night.

SCM Best Paper Award Winners 2013 (1/2)

SCM Research

This year’s CSCMP Annual Global Conference took place in Denver, Colorado. It has become a good tradition that some of the leading journals of our field announce their best paper awards during the CSCMP’s Supply Chain Management Educators’ Conference, the academic part of the CSCMP Conference ( see my previous post from Atlanta last year ).

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FreightWaves Classics/Fallen Flags: American President Lines still lives under new ownership (Part 1)

The Supply Chain Journal

The line’s SS Colorado was chosen for the new route from San Francisco to China and Japan. In 1867, the Colorado was the first steamship to start regular service across the Pacific; it ran from San Francisco to Yokohama, Japan and onward to Hong Kong. Overview.

Winter Alert: Winter Weather Conditions Developing Across Much of the US

GlobalTranz

The heaviest snowfall in this region will occur in the Cascades, Tetons, and Colorado Rockies. UPDATE: 02.15.21.

10 Mountain Climbing Strategies and Lessons for Optimum Results!

Supply Chain Game Changer

From the first time I went to Colorado and saw the Front Range, I developed a level of awe and respect for these natural wonders. On my 10th ascent of a peak in Colorado I was suddenly aware of thunder in the distance. Subscribe Here! Email Address.

Most dazzling fall foliage spots for truckers

The Supply Chain Journal

One driver commented about the fall beauty of the Interstate 80 corridor in Pennsylvania, in addition to Interstate 70 through the Colorado Rockies. Fall officially began Wednesday afternoon in the continental U.S., ushering in the season of football, fun and foliage.

Industry Insights: Cyberattack on World’s Largest Meat Supplier - Maximizing Security

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Headquartered in Colorado, JBS operates 84 properties in the U.S. On Sunday, May 30, 2021, the world’s largest meat processing company determined it was the victim of an organized cyberattack , which affected servers supporting its IT systems in Australia and North America.