Titanium adds US brokerage office in Denver

The Supply Chain Journal

freight brokerage office, in Denver, the Canadian trucking and logistics firm said on Thursday as it pushed ahead with an increasingly key source of growth. The Denver office joins Titanium’s ( TSX-V:TTR ) existing brokerages in Charlotte, North Carolina; Nashville, Tennessee; and Chicago. .

FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad (Part 2)

The Supply Chain Journal

The modern Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad. The Denver & Rio Grande Western’s iconic logo. The Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad was subsequently organized to acquire the D&RG’s assets, taking formal control on August 1, 1921.

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

The Supply Chain Journal

This FreightWaves Classics article provides an overview of another fallen flag railroad – the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad (reporting mark D&RGW; known as the “Rio Grande”), which was the largest and most successful narrow-gauge network in the United States.

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

Resilinc

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ICON 2020 is Coming to Denver: 4 Reasons You Should Attend

BlueYonder

ICON – our annual customer conference gathering more than 2,000 global attendees together – is coming to Denver in 2020. The post ICON 2020 is Coming to Denver: 4 Reasons You Should Attend appeared first on Supply Chain Nation Blog. Stay in the know about the biggest and best supply chain conference of the year with our blog series that will highlight what’s new at ICON. You can see all the developments as they unfold and get special ticket pricing by following along.

Snowy start to week for truckers in Rockies

The Supply Chain Journal

This storm could bring the Denver metropolitan area its first measurable snowfall this month. The heaviest snow will hit the mountains west of Denver along the I-70 corridor, with totals of 8 to 12 inches possible in the Eisenhower and Johnson tunnel areas. Rockies snow.

Denver brokerage combines digital technologies with personal service

DAT Solutions

See how Denver-based United Transportation Services has implemented time-saving technologies while still delivering hands-on, personalized service to its customers. .

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ICON 2020 is Coming to Denver: 4 Reasons You Should Attend

BlueYonder

ICON – our annual customer conference gathering more than 2,000 global attendees together – is coming to Denver in 2020. The post ICON 2020 is Coming to Denver: 4 Reasons You Should Attend appeared first on Supply Chain Nation Blog. Stay in the know about the biggest and best supply chain conference of the year with our blog series that will highlight what’s new at ICON. You can see all the developments as they unfold and get special ticket pricing by following along.

Delivery sweetening the pot for recreational cannabis businesses

The Supply Chain Journal

But like in Massachusetts, for Cullen’s two locations in Denver he must meet the Social Equity Provisions for new businesses to secure a delivery license. Americans can have just about anything delivered to their front doors, whether it’s a pizza or a bag of groceries or a shiny new SUV.

We’re going live at the Gartner Supply Chain Planning Summit in Denver

Kinaxis

by Danielle McNeil Taylor This week our team lands in Denver to participate in the first Gartner Supply Chain Planning Summit from Nov. Hope to see you in Denver! The goal of the Summit is to provide actionable insights and strategic guidance on how companies can improve planning agility to balance customers’ expectations and business goals.

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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Supply Chains that Rock Around the Clock: Rock and Roll All Night

Inbound Logistics

This story follows a sleeper team for YRC freight as the two drivers make a run of approximately 22 hours from the Chicago area to Denver

FreightWaves Classics: I-25 serves three Western states

The Supply Chain Journal

Along its nearly 1,063-mile route are three state capitals (Santa Fe, New Mexico; Denver, Colorado; and Cheyenne, Wyoming). I-25 serves all the major cities in Colorado that are east of the Rocky Mountains, including Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Fort Collins and Greeley.

A Gartner Summit Just For The Supply Chain Planner

DynaSys

Linkner’s guest keynote was on the second day of Gartner’s first annual Supply Chain Planning Summit , held at Denver’s sparkling new Gaylord Resort Nov 4-5 for the supply chain planner. It will be at the Gaylord again in Denver. “Who says supply chain cannot be a hotbed of creativity?” Says speaker Josh Linkner, jazz guitarist and founder of digital promotions company ePrize (now HelloWorld) and Detroit Venture Partners.

SCM Best Paper Award Winners 2013 (1/2)

SCM Research

This year’s CSCMP Annual Global Conference took place in Denver, Colorado. Durach for sending me these entries from Denver. 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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The Daily Dash: TuSimple’s 3,280-foot view

The Supply Chain Journal

The Denver dry van freight market has been quite volatile, with big and fast capacity swings. With demand for capacity on the rise, dry van carriers in the Denver market currently have leverage in rate negotiations.

Severe weather causes freight rates to slip

DAT Solutions

A huge snowstorm in Denver last week closed three interstate highways: I-25, I-70 and I-76. Road closures isolated Denver from parts of the supply chain last week. That led to an increase on the lane from Seattle to Salt Lake City , as an alternative to bringing in supplies from Denver. Denver to Albuquerque, NM increased to $2.07/mi. Out west, Sacramento to Salt Lake City picked up, possibly replacing the Denver to Salt Lake City lane.

Snowstorm to slam Rockies early this week

The Supply Chain Journal

Places along the Front Range like Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Fort Collins, Colorado, as well as the western suburbs of Denver, are expected to stay just warm enough to support mainly rain. The first major storm of the season is set to blanket the Rockies with heavy snow through midweek.

FreightWaves Classics: First Transcontinental Motor Convoy crosses Nebraska

The Supply Chain Journal

During the convoy, Eisenhower’s wife Mamie and their son were staying with her parents at their home in Denver. Mamie, her son and parents, traveled over 265 miles of rough roads from Denver to North Platte. Background.

Stormy week ahead for many US truckers

The Supply Chain Journal

Drivers will have to chain up Monday in the Rockies west of Denver. Dicey weather could slow down truckers and supply chains this week across the eastern half the country.

1st big snowfall of season possibly coming to Mountain West

The Supply Chain Journal

Even farther to the south, accumulating snow is not expected in major cities such as Salt Lake City and Denver, but wet snow or a snow-rain mix is possible. Interstate 25 from north of Denver to Cheyenne.

Severe mudslides trigger I-70 closure in Colorado

The Supply Chain Journal

This is according to a report from KMGH-TV in Denver. Amtrak trains were not running again between Denver and Grand Junction on Monday. Colorado Gov.

Severe storms to slam nation’s heartland

The Supply Chain Journal

This includes the metropolitan areas of Denver; Omaha, Nebraska; Kansas City, Missouri; Topeka and Wichita, Kansas; as well as Amarillo, Lubbock and Midland, Texas. A potential significant severe weather outbreak is brewing in the Plains.

Hot Shots: Mudslides, floods, wildfires and more

The Supply Chain Journal

This area is about 125 miles west of Denver. For now, drivers will have to take Interstate 80 westbound through Wyoming to Interstate 15 southbound in Salt Lake City, or Interstate 25 southbound from Denver to Interstate 40 westbound in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Study: Biodiesel packs major health and economic benefits

The Supply Chain Journal

Seattle and Everett, Washington, Denver, and the California cities of Wilminton, Carson and West Long Beach, San Bernardino, South Fresno and West Oakland were evaluated using 70-year-exposure-period models.

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Hot Shots: Tornado sighting, train collision, unmanned midair fueling

The Supply Chain Journal

But it happened Monday when an airline passenger caught a breathtaking view of a landspout, a type of tornado, while descending into Denver. It lifted just northeast of Platteville, Colorado, about 40 miles north of Denver International Airport.

This Week in Logistics News (July 23 – 29)

Logistics Viewpoints

two in the Greater Chicago area and one near Denver ? Toy companies are always looking for the next big thing. And for Mattel, that next big thing might be Space X.

Van freight stabilizes in early October

DAT Solutions

Here are two lanes worth noting: Denver to Oklahoma City jumped 12¢ to a not-so-hot $1.43/mile. Traditional backhaul markets like Denver and Seattle held up, and Los Angeles continued to see price increases over the past month. Elsewhere: Dallas to Denver plunged 24¢ to $2.40/mile. Spot market line haul rates are now only 5% higher for vans now than they were a year ago, rising from $1.74 to $1.83 per mile not including the fuel surcharge.

U.S. Olympian Lindsey Vonn and American Rock Band Weezer Set to Headline ICON 2020

BlueYonder

Blue Yonder ICON – May 4-7 in Denver, Colorado – is coming up fast and we continue to announce exciting new event details before we jet to the Rockies! American rock band Weezer will be headlining the ICON 2020 Customer Celebration in Denver!

Grocery Shopping and the Art of War

Enterra Insights

Last October, Bloomberg reported, “In Denver, public-school children are facing shortages of milk. What does shopping have in common with war?

SCM Best Paper Award Winners 2014

SCM Research

As every year ( see my previous post from Denver last year ), several leading supply chain management journals have used this forum to present their best paper awards. This year, the CSCMP’s Annual Global Conference 2014 was held in San Antonio, Texas. The Educators’ Conference, which provides academics and students a forum to hear the latest in our research field, has become an integral part of it.

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The Best Logistics Team You Have Never Heard Of with Matt Scherer

The Logistics of Logistics

Scherer in the City and County of Denver Day” for his work in community affairs in Colorado. The Best Logistics T eam You Have Never Heard of with Matt Scherer. Matt Scherer and Joe Lynch talk about the best logistics team you have never heard of.

Spot Market Freight Rates Soar After Hurricane Harvey

DAT Solutions

Denver to Houston rose 59¢ to $1.63 per mile, the biggest weekly jump ever on an outbound Denver lane. Chicago to Denver rates rose 22¢ to $2.72 Denver to Houston reefer rates also rose 63¢ to $2.53 Out of California, Fresno to Denver rates hit $2.39, up 30¢ from the week before. Van rates rose all across the country last week, following Hurricane Harvey. The national average van rate jumped up 12¢ to $1.90

Flash flood threat looms for truckers in several states

The Supply Chain Journal

Drivers will hit areas of springtime heavy snow Wednesday in the Front Range of the Rockies west of Denver. Intense thunderstorms will continue to drench places from Texas to southern Ohio over the next couple of days.

Home Delivery Robots: Last Mile Gamechangers

Logistics Viewpoints

Over the past five years, the company has expanded its footprint and its home delivery robots have made more than 200,000 deliveries in the cities of San Jose, Santa Monica, Denver, and Dallas, as well as Taipei, Taiwan, and Medellin, Columbia.

Announcing the ICON 2020 Customer Keynote Speakers

BlueYonder

We hope your calendars are marked for ICON 2020 – the Intelligent Supply Chain Conference – May 4-7 in Denver, Colorado. Join us in Denver for our second annual developers conference and an all new, immersive experience in tandem with ICON – Register today!

Baton’s Andrus partnership: A lesson in effectively addressing dwell time

The Supply Chain Journal

A FreightWaves SONAR chart compares the national average wait times (WAIT.USA) with wait times for LA in green (WAIT.LAX), Atlanta in orange (WAIT.ATL), Detroit in purple (WAIT.DTW) and Denver in yellow (WAIT.DEN). Andrus Transportation Service Inc.,

Rail Roundup: OmniTRAX, G&W develop, expand partnerships

The Supply Chain Journal

OmniTRAX is a part of The Broe Group, an infrastructure investment firm based in Denver. OmniTRAX, partners seek to develop site in southern Indiana.

FreightWaves Haul of Fame: Hill Brothers shows power of family

The Supply Chain Journal

It primarily operates on routes to Denver, Chicago and south to Texas from Omaha. Hill Brothers Transportation. The four Hill brothers founded Hill Brothers in Omaha, Nebraska in 1986.

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The VF Corporation Invested in Supply Chain Agility Before COVID Made “Agility” the New Buzzword

Logistics Viewpoints

VF Corporation (VFC) is a global apparel, footwear and accessories company headquartered in Denver, Colorado. VF Corporation is Building a Highly Automated DC on the West Coast.