The Parent Company expanding into San Diego area

The Supply Chain Journal

Cannabis provider The Parent Company announced Friday its expansion into the greater San Diego area via its new Chula Vista delivery hub. Additionally, the San Diego area comprises a population that’s spent a cool $200 million on recreational marijuana over the last 12 months. “We

Less than Truckload Freight Rates: San Diego, California

Freightera

LTL Freight Rates: from Major Cities in the USA & Canada to San Diego, California. From San Diego CA to Calgary AB : $306.28 From March Air Reserve Base CA to San Diego CA: $153.56 From Brampton ON to San Diego CA: $300.55

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Crowley developing first fully electric tugboat in US

The Supply Chain Journal

tugboat is set to operate at the Port of San Diego’s Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal by mid-2023, the manufacturer announced Monday. Financial supporters and resource providers for this Crowley eTug project include: The San Diego County Air Pollution Control District.

LogiMed 2022: Three Takeaways for Medical Device Companies

Loftware

LogiMed 2022, which took place earlier this month in San Diego, CA, brought together healthcare supply chain executives for two days of insightful keynotes, case studies, panel discussions, and roundtables. Medical Devices Life Sciences Regulatory Labeling

Mexico Logistics: Manufacturing in Mexico, Distribution in the U.S.

West Coast and California Logistics

San Diego Warehouse Supply ChainFor many companies, Mexico has long been an ideal manufacturing location due to lower costs and close proximity to American consumers. What has often been less than ideal, however, is the distribution of those finished goods after they leave the plant. Mexico logistics is often fraught with hurdles such as border uncertainties, inadequate warehouse capacity, and security concerns.

Watch: Building the Supply Chain for ‘Green’ Cars

Supply Chain Brain

Simon Croom, professor of supply chain management at the University of San Diego School of Business, discusses what it will take for Volkswagen and other automakers to create a truly green vehicle and its supporting supply chain

Supply Chain News on Trip Report on Interesting MHI Conference

Supply Chain Digest

Dan Gilmore on the expanded and very good MHI annual conference in San Diego

ANNOUNCING: LogiMed USA 2022

Supply Chain Brain

Join the LogiMed community March 14 - 15, 2022 at the beautiful Rancho Bernardo Inn, San Diego, CA. LogiMed USA is back LIVE & IN-PERSON! This is the only event that brings together the entire end-to-end healthcare supply chain.

Supply Chain News on CSCMP 2015 Day 1 Video Review and Comment

Supply Chain Digest

SCDigest Editor Dan Gilmore from the Conference Floor in San Diego

Supply Chain News on CSCMP 2015 Day 3 Video Review and Comment

Supply Chain Digest

SCDigest Editor Dan Gilmore from the Conference Floor in San Diego

Logility acquires Halo Business Intelligence to expand advanced analytics

Manufacturing & Logistics IT

provider of collaborative supply chain optimisation and advanced retail planning solutions, has acquired privately-held Halo Business Intelligence, a San Diego-based supplier of advanced analytics and business intelligence solutions for the supply chain market Logility, Inc.,

Supply Chain News CSCMP 2015 Video Review and Comment

Supply Chain Digest

Dan Gilmore Back with the Highlights of CSCMP 2015 Day 2 from the Conference Floor in San Diego

Finding the Optimal California Warehouse Space for Your Products

West Coast and California Logistics

Warehouse Distribution Center Northern California 3PL Regional Logistics Inland Empire Warehouse San Diego Warehouse Southern California Ports West Coast DistributionCalifornia. A very big state with a very big population. In fact, it’s the largest consumer market in the U.S. and thus a very sensible place to have a distribution center. Making California even more sensible, from a distribution perspective, is the fact that most of the Pan-Pacific freight arrives via its ports.

FreightWaves Classics: I-8 runs an interesting course in California and Arizona

The Supply Chain Journal

Interstate 8 (I-8) is an interstate highway that stretches from the southern edge of Mission Bay in San Diego, California, to its junction with I-10, just southeast of Casa Grande, Arizona. The origins of I-8 in San Diego go back to 1957 when the U.S.

Top Ten Lessons Learned from the GMA Supply Chain Conference

The Network Effect

by Bernard Goor, One Network Enterprises The GMA Supply Chain Conference in San Diego offered fascinating insights into where the. The post Top Ten Lessons Learned from the GMA Supply Chain Conference appeared first on The Network Effect. Customer Centricity Foodservice Retail Supply Chain Management grocery retail supply chain

FreightWaves Classics: I-5 runs from Mexico to Canada (Part 1 – California)

The Supply Chain Journal

Its southern origin is San Ysidro (San Diego), California, the nation’s busiest international border crossing; it ends at Blaine, Washington. West Coast, including San Diego, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Portland and Seattle. San Diego County has more than 3.5

Logility Acquires Halo Business Intelligence to Expand Data Visualization & Advanced Analytics

Supply Chain 24/7

Logility, a leading provider of collaborative supply chain optimization and advanced retail planning solutions, has acquired privately-held Halo Business Intelligence, a San Diego-based supplier of advanced analytics and business intelligence solutions for the supply chain market

Feds order border warehouse to pay $235K in back wages

The Supply Chain Journal

Premar Global Warehouse Logistics employed 16 Mexican nationals to work as merchandise checkers in San Diego in a facility just minutes from the U.S.-Mexico

FreightWaves Classics: I-15 runs from southern California through the Intermountain West

The Supply Chain Journal

Interstate 15 (I-15) is an interstate highway that begins near the border of the United States and Mexico in San Diego County and runs north to Alberta, Canada. In California, I-15 had an eastern branch that bypassed San Bernardino, which was designated Interstate 15E.

FreightWaves Classics: Otay Mesa Land Port is third-busiest on U.S.-Mexico border

The Supply Chain Journal

The third-busiest commercial port of entry on the Mexico-United States border is the Otay Mesa site in San Diego, California. This port of entry (POE) is one of three along the California border with Mexico in the San Diego-Tijuana metropolitan area. According to the U.S.

Ocean Freight Survival Guide with Nathan Strang

The Logistics of Logistics

He holds an MS in Business Leadership from the University of San Diego and a BA in International Relations from Manhattan College (NY). Nathan Strang and Joe Lynch discuss the challenging shipping environment and why shippers need an ocean freight survival guide.

This Week in Logistics News (October 31 – November 6)

Logistics Viewpoints

It was 70 degrees in Boston yesterday, reminding me of the November I spent in San Diego. But unlike San Diego, the weather pattern here will change quickly. Very quickly I’m sure. In general, I consider November to be a period of change. The leaves have all but fallen from the trees in New England, daylight savings time has elapsed, and the Major League Baseball season has concluded. In the business world, annual business planning […]. This Week in News

Genesee & Wyoming subsidiary to operate bulk transfer facility in central California

The Supply Chain Journal

The 371-mile San Joaquin Valley Railroad (SJVR) serves the facility, which has 2.5 News Rail California Genesee & Wyoming San Joaquin Valley Railroad

“Storage Wars” Rescues Supply Chain Ignominy

Kinaxis

When we moved to San Diego, we loved the weather, we loved the ocean sunsets and we loved getting rid of our parka coats, gloves, scarves and tossle caps. A secret that I could no longer keep hidden in San Diego. In San Diego, there’s no attics, no basements. Now, in San Diego, every box we collected for 12+ years, was sitting in the garage. by CJ Wehlage. Take a good long look at this picture. That’s my ignominy. That’s my garage.

Exclusive: SEKO Logistics chartering vessels for clients

The Supply Chain Journal

The charters are destined to smaller ports on the West Coast such as Portland, Oregon, and San Diego. “We SEKO Logistics tells American Shipper it is expanding its logistics footprint by chartering vessels. The logistics provider began chartering the box ships in July. “We

Most dangerous highway stretches for US truckers

The Supply Chain Journal

California has many highways that run north to south and this one goes on for almost 800 miles, stretching from Oregon to the San Ysidro crossing at the Mexican border. It runs through El Paso, Houston and San Antonio. These are the top five most dangerous highway stretches in the U.S.,

NRF 2022: 4 Big Session Themes from Retail’s Big Show

ToolsGroup

Portland, San Diego, and Cleveland are cited by American Shipper as locations with more capacity to consider.

Qualcomm’s Answer to the Chip Shortage and Digital Transformation Strategy

Logistics Viewpoints

In May, I attended the Kinaxis Kinexions event in San Diego, CA. At the conference, I was fortunate to see a presentation from Brent Wilson, Senior Vice President of Global Supply Chain at Qualcomm.

Large Western wildfires continue charring millions of acres

The Supply Chain Journal

This includes portions of the San Diego, Los Angeles and Las Vegas areas. Dozens of large wildfires are still scorching millions of acres of land in the U.S., most of them in the West. DixieFire actively burning along Hwy 89 this evening.

Heat wave scorching the West again

The Supply Chain Journal

The extreme heat will also impact interior sections of the Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco areas. Another brutal heat wave will develop across several Western states this weekend, lasting for several days in some areas.

Kinexions, a tale of growth and potential

Kinaxis

by Trevor Miles I’m on my way back from Tokyo where I attended our user conference, Kinexions Tokyo , in Japan, just 5 weeks after our Kinexions North America user conference in San Diego. The diagram above captures the essential elements of the San Diego conference in which you can see how important the customer case stories were to the overall conference.

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Managing the heathcare supply chain for better patient outcomes

Kinaxis

Recently we had the opportunity to attend the only event that brings together the entire end-to-end healthcare supply chain, LogiMed USA 2019, in San Diego, California. by Mike McAllister LogiMed USA 2019 panel discussion focuses on meeting expectations in the age of The Amazon Effect.

Observations from ICPA (2018)

3rdwave

During my attendance at ICPA (2018) this week in San Diego, I had the chance to speak with many trade compliance lawyers and consultants

5 Reasons Ecommerce Companies Fail with Paige Fitzgerald

The Logistics of Logistics

Paige currently resides in San Diego, California, where you might find her reading at the beach or birdwatching at the bay in her free time. 5 Reasons Ecommerce Companies Fail with Paige Fitzgerald. Paige Fitzgerald and Joe Lynch discuss the 5 reasons ecommerce companies fail.

Managing the healthcare supply chain for better patient outcomes

Kinaxis

Recently we had the opportunity to attend the only event that brings together the entire end-to-end healthcare supply chain, LogiMed USA 2019, in San Diego, California. by Mike McAllister LogiMed USA 2019 panel discussion focuses on meeting expectations in the age of The Amazon Effect.

Global Cargo Monitoring / Cargo Tracking: Cubic Global Tracking.

Global Trade Management

SAN DIEGO, Calif. Global Cargo Monitoring / Cargo Tracking. International trade is the engine of global prosperity today. The size of global trade has nearly doubled since 1990. The healthy growth continues as world merchandise trade continues to grow with an average of 10% per year. By having many service providers involved, which among each other are often not connected, the friction in moving goods from source to destination are very high. Subscribe To. Posts. Posts. Comments.

Does Geography Matter in the Digital Age?

Enterra Insights

Academics from the San Diego State University note, “With the rise of the Internet and the new era of globalization, some have argued that the world is flat — geography is dead.”[2] Nearly a quarter century ago, Professor Stanley D.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly at the High Tech Supply & Demand Summit

Kinaxis

When I checked into the hotel at the High Tech Supply & Demand Summit in San Francisco, the front desk person, as she was handing me the room card, pointed to the right, and said, “if you go for a walk, don’t go that way, that’s the Tenderloin district. When driving back home to the south bay from San Francisco, another car hit him. It was school vacation week, so my family decided to join me in San Francisco, since San Diego is not too far of a drive.

SanMar’s Sustainability Journey

Logistics Viewpoints

While it was originally scheduled for San Diego, the ongoing Covid pandemic pushed it online once again this year. A couple of weeks ago, I attended Körber Supply Chain’s Elevate User conference.

TuSimple’s take on drivers in autonomous trucking world — Taking the Hire Road

The Supply Chain Journal

TuSimple is a San Diego-based, global self-driving truck company that is developing a commercial-ready, Level 4 (SAE) fully autonomous driving solution for the trucking industry.