Washington State: Supporting Shipper Success

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Washington State is known for more than their apple production and abundant forests; the geography and talent within the area has equipped shippers with possibilities to better service their customers. Business within the state continues to grow and their economy continues to prosper, growing two and a half times the national average in 2016. Read More. Distribution Supply Chain 3pl Warehousing

Washington’s Birthday 2021

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As a result of this act, three federal holidays moved permanently to a Monday — Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day, and Labor Day. Giving Americans a few more three-day weekends might have been smart; however, where Congress showed real wisdom, was formally keeping Washington’s Birthday as the name of the holiday. They believed this because they could use both Washington’s picture and Abraham Lincoln’s picture in advertisements.

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Washington state issues emergency outdoor heat exposure rule for workers

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Washington state has rolled out an emergency rule that provides outdoor workers more protections from heat-related illnesses. Washington followed in Oregon’s footsteps. Washington is in its second heat wave in as many weeks.

What’s going on in Washington?

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The days in Washington, DC, seem to fly by as we barrel towards the Sept. News Trucking Truckload Truckload Indexes Afghanistan Democrats FAST Act infrastructure bill Republicans social safety net bill Washington D.C.

Viewpoint: Q&A on infrastructure legislation in Washington

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A: The situation is extremely fluid in Washington. A: Well, one of the recent food fights in Washington is over the definition of “infrastructure.” From 2009 to 2016, he was an analyst for Capital Alpha Partners, a Washington-based research firm that studies public policy for investors.

Washington 2020 – Jon Stevens

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Washington DC – Cancelled Popup

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Washington’s Birthday 2020 (aka Presidents’ Day)

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That fact can be demonstrated by examining the life of America’s first president George Washington. Washington, like many politicians of his era, was an enigma — a proponent of liberty and a slave owner. When Washington was born, Americans were using the Julian calendar and his birth date was the 11th of February 1731. ”[1] The staff continues, “Americans celebrated Washington’s Birthday long before Congress declared it a federal holiday.

Washington 2020 – DKD

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The post Washington 2020 – DKD appeared first on Ivalua David Khuat-Duy Founder & Corporate CEO. David founded Ivalua more than 18 years ago and assembled an executive team to set the foundations for best-in class software design, continuous sales growth and rigorous operations management. Those efforts have allowed Ivalua to be recognized by leading analysts as one of the top global spend management software vendors growing consistently and profitably for more than 18 years.

Washington – Nathalie Otala, Jim Demarco

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FreightWaves Classics: Interstate 5 runs from Mexico to Canada (Part 2 – Oregon and Washington)

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This article focuses on I-5 in the states of Oregon and Washington. It generally runs parallel to the Pacific coast in the states of California, Oregon and Washington. In North Portland the interstate spans the Columbia River on the Interstate Bridge into Vancouver, Washington.

Washington – Jyotsna Loomba, Fatma Laidioui

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The post Washington – Jyotsna Loomba, Fatma Laidioui appeared first on Ivalua Customer Keynote: 05/04/2020 – 3:00-5:00pm. The Do’s and Don’ts of Workflows | Jyotsna Loomba & Fatma Laidioui. Learn the Do’s and Don’ts of configuring a workflow. Specific use cases will be described such as hierarchical, parallel, integration and how to stop a workflow. Additional topics discussed include Linking workflows together, rejecting workflows and loops.

Washington – Laurence Michali, Sanket Shah

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The post Washington – Laurence Michali, Sanket Shah appeared first on Ivalua Customer Keynote: 05/04/2020 – 3:00-5:00pm. Managing Tax Systems | Laurence Michali & Sanket Shah. We will focus on the various tax systems across geographical regions and how to manage them in Ivalua. You will learn how to configure the Ivalua solution to make tax management quick and easy for your user. We will also show how tax can be handled in electronic invoicing (CXML/EDI).

Washington – Nicolas Lievain, Naoto Kawabe

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The post Washington – Nicolas Lievain, Naoto Kawabe appeared first on Ivalua Customer Keynote: 05/04/2020 – 1:00-3:00pm. Discovering the PBI User Experience | Nicolas Lievain & Naoto Kawabe. V162 is a major improvement for PBI and how you will create your analysis. Come discover the PBI user experience, new canvas system, report best practices, how to embed your reports in other screens, how to transport configuration, a migration perspective, and more!

Most dazzling fall foliage spots for truckers

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Last, but not least, the Olympic Peninsula in Washington provides striking fall foliage backdrops across its 3,600 square miles. Insights News Weather and Critical Events Arkansas autumn color change foliage leaves Michigan Smoky Mountains Washington

Biden sends federal motor fuels tax packing, Washington insider says

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Perhaps the oldest unresolved issue in official Washington has been how to pay for infrastructure improvements absent any increases in the federal fuels tax.

Washington – Thomas Le Ponner, Shweta Akhila

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The post Washington – Thomas Le Ponner, Shweta Akhila appeared first on Ivalua Customer Keynote: 05/04/2020 – 1:00-3:00pm. Building an Executive Summary | Thomas Le Ponner & Shweta Akhila. The purpose of an executive summary is to communicate the What, Why and How of a topic in a concise manner, giving an overview of the material without having to dive into details. We will demonstrate how our Customers can build their own contract executive summary.

Amazon, Walmart to advise Washington on ocean freight policy

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Some of the largest and most powerful companies in the U.S. will now have a say in shaping transportation policy in a public forum at the Federal Maritime Commission.

Washington – Thomas Le Ponner, Shweta Akhila – Improving UX

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The post Washington – Thomas Le Ponner, Shweta Akhila – Improving UX appeared first on Ivalua Customer Keynote: 05/04/2020 – 3:00-5:00pm. Improving User Experience Through Advanced Design Mode | Thomas Le Ponner & Shweta Akhila. Our main focus will be showcasing the most commonly used advanced design properties employed during Ivalua implementation projects.

Ivalua Now Washington DC Journey to Procurement Excellence 4-6 May, 2020

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Washington 2020 – Vincent Laperriere

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What’s Happening in Washington that’s Impacting Trade Today

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How are these issues in Washington, D.C. The post What’s Happening in Washington that’s Impacting Trade Today appeared first on BluJay Solutions. Global trade is a moving target in today’s political scene. impacting your world and supply chain? Many trade agreements with other nations are in review and things change on a daily basis.

China’s Role as Global Drug Hub Raises Alarms in Washington

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A Defense Health Agency official told a U.S.-China China advisory panel this year that the risks from China’s stranglehold on the pharmaceutical business “cannot be overstated

Supply Chain News on After Some Tough Battles Against Each Other in Recent Years, Truck and Rail Carriers, Shippers Uniting to Change Regulatory Environment in Washington

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Carriers See Chance to Roll Back Some Rules, Require More Evidence to Push New Regulations Through

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

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It generally runs parallel to the Pacific coast in the states of California, Oregon and Washington. Its southern origin is San Ysidro (San Diego), California, the nation’s busiest international border crossing; it ends at Blaine, Washington. Overview.

Supply Chain Graphic of the Week on Do Amazon Fulfillment Centers have More Injuries

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Washington Post Analysis Finds Serious Injuries more Common at Amazon Facilities

Forced Labor in Supply Chains: The Problem Persists

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trade blacklist of entities Washington says are linked to human-rights abuses of the Uighur minority group in Xinjiang is entangling major brands and likely to further a reordering of supply chains that feed American consumers,” write Dan Strumpf and Liza Lin in the Wall Street Journal.

Supply Chain News on Distribution Center Workers Risk Infection, Washington Post Reports

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Soaring Temp Workers Make Social Distancing in DCs almost Impossible, as Pressure to Deliver can Trump Safety

Daily Infographic: Highway tunnels that restrict hazardous materials transportation

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Truckers face ongoing flood threat in Northeast

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The watches include the Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas. Interstate 95 from Bridgeport, Connecticut, to Washington. Highway 1 from Bridgeport to Washington.

Professor Emeritus Eric Flamholtz Honored - UCLA Anderson.

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UCLA Anderson Professor Emeritus Eric Flamholtz was honored by his alma mater, Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Flamholtz, remembered by generations of Anderson students for his courses on managing entrepreneurial organizations, earned his MBA at Washington University in 1966 (and later earned his Ph.D. UCLA Anderson School of Management Blog. Archives. July 2014. June 2014. May 2014. April 2014. March 2014. February 2014. January 2014. December 2013.

Drug distributors propose wide-ranging opioid settlement

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state, except West Virginia, which has already settled with distributors, and Washington, D.C., The reaction: Several states called the settlement proposal a victory, but lawyers for Washington state and Philadelphia are calling it insufficient. “It

Warehouse Labor Woes Are Worse than Ever

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The Washington Post article quoted Sabrina Wnorowski, vice president of human resources at Radial, as saying “Every year we say, ‘Wow, this is really difficult’ — and every year, it gets more challenging.” Warehouse Labor Woes are Worse than Ever.

SupplyPike Provides Food to Local Hospital

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SupplyPike is showing its appreciation for the hard workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic at Washington Regional Medical Center.

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Ransomware Part One: A Growing Threat

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“In an analysis of publicly reported ransomware attacks against health-care providers, municipalities and schools, The Washington Post found that ransomware attacks in the United States more than doubled from 2019 to 2020.”[1]