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Success in Retail Logistics with Mike Jarrett

The Logistics of Logistics

Prior to starting the company, Mike spent several years in the supply chain industry where he was Vice President of Carrier Operations for Hudson, Ohio–based Caliber Logistics (now known as FedEx Supply Chain Services). Mike and his wife Diane reside in Orrville, Ohio. Earlier in his career, he was a leader at Roadway Express.

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Intel to Build $20B Ohio Chip Facility Amid Global Shortage

Operations and Supply Chain Management

Intel to Build $20B Ohio Chip Facility Amid Global Shortage. Chipmaker Intel says it will invest $20 billion to build a factory in central Ohio in an attempt to help alleviate a global shortage of chips that power everything from phones to cars to home appliances. By Associated Press. |. 21, 2022, at 5:52 p.m.

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Above the Fold: Supply Chain Logistics News (July 7, 2023)

Talking Logistics

I have no interest in finding out for myself, but in my son’s case, he ate 7 hot dogs in 3 minutes to take 2nd place at the Sunbury, Ohio July 4th hot dog eating contest (he missed 1st place by just 1/2 a dog)! How many hot dogs can you eat in 3 minutes?

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The Top 100 Logistics Companies with Seth Clevenger

The Logistics of Logistics

is a native of northwest Ohio. He is a 2005 graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Clevenger, currently based in Alexandria, Va., About Transport Topics Since 1935, Transport Topics has been the news leader in trucking and freight transportation.

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How To Be An Anti-Racist in SCM

SCM Research

In a recent interview , Terry Esper, a logistics scholar from The Ohio State University, shares his experience with racism and gives us excellent advice. The world is currently watching the shocking cases of police violence in the United States. But racism also exists on a smaller, more subtle level.

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Mississippi Barge Crisis Set to Deepen as Ohio River Now Sees Backups

Supply Chain Brain

Now the Ohio River, which provides about 60% of the Lower Mississippi River’s water, is seeing closures at multiple locations due to groundings and dredging work.

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Watch: Impact of the Western U.S. Megadrought on Food Supply Chains

Supply Chain Brain

Phil Renaud, executive director of The Risk Institute in the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University, discusses how the persistent drought in the western U.S. is forcing food supply chains to rethink their sourcing strategies, as well as pursue longer-term initiatives for coping with the effects of climate change.

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