Collaborating on Supply Chain Research

Talking Logistics

Here’s a snippet of Steve’s response: What we’ve seen over the years is transportation, logistics, and supply chain moving from being back-office, required functions to being very strategic. Here’s part of what he said: The reason we chose MIT and Iowa State is that they really like transportation. The University of Minnesota is close to our headquarters and they have a very strong research faculty base there as well.

The Truth About Multi-stop Truckload Shipping

Talking Logistics

Continuous moves are a single load with multiple legs that was part of the procurement event and awarded to a service provider. Steve is a graduate of Minnesota State University, Mankato and serves on two university supply chain advisory boards.

How Bad Weather Can Take Supply Chains by Storm—and How You Can Prepare

CH Robinson Transportfolio

The most surprising thing to me about last year’s bad weather was how it caught transportation professionals off guard. Last winter was brutal for shippers, from Minnesota’s frigid temperatures to Atlanta’s unexpected snowfall.

From Materials to Practices: Sustainable Purchasing Groundswell At The SPLC Summit 2019

EcoVadis

Read more in this Guidebook on Integrating Ratings into Sustainable Public Procurement. Integrating Sustainability Criteria Into Procurement. Portland has a reputation as a sort of sustainability mecca, so it was certainly an apt site for the SPLC’s annual Summit.

How Bad Weather Can Take Supply Chains by Storm

CH Robinson Transportfolio

The most surprising thing to me about last year’s bad weather was how it caught transportation professionals off guard. Last winter was brutal for shippers, from Minnesota’s frigid temperatures to Atlanta’s unexpected snowfall.