CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly
October 21, 2018
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Florida East Coast Railway
Florida East Coast Railway
Florida owes much of its development to the arrival of the railway in the late 1800s. That railroad, Florida East Coast Railway, still exists today. But instead of carrying passengers, FEC now hauls all of the goods the Sunshine State uses every day.
America's Front Door: The Port of New York & New Jersey
America's Front Door: The Port of New York & New Jersey
When cargo ships arrive in port, terminal operators must quickly unload inbound cargo and reload the ship with exports. Here's a look at how they do it at the Port of New York & New Jersey, the largest port complex on the Eastern Seaboard.
Where are shipping rates heading in 2016?
Where are shipping rates heading in 2016?
Shipping rates always vary. How can you protect your company and reduce your shipping costs? These are just a few of the questions that industry analyst Mike Regan, chief of relationship development at TranzAct Technologies, addresses.
CSCMP's 2014 DSA winner discusses key trends
CSCMP's 2014 DSA winner discusses key trends
Mike Regan, the founder of TranzAct Technologies is the 2014 recipient of the CSCMP Distinguished Service Award. Here discusses trends in supply chain management, how they're impacting the industry, and separating the good from the great.
Delivering the Goods -- With Real-time Visibility
Delivering the Goods -- With Real-time Visibility
Tom Goosmann, director of sales at Panther Expedited Services, highlights the key capabilities and applications of AccuSage, Panther's global shipment tracking application.
Collaborative Consolidation Can Be a True Win-Win Solution
Collaborative Consolidation Can Be a True Win-Win Solution
We talk with Colby Beland, vice president of sales and marketing at CaseStack Inc., about how and why the concept of collaborative consolidation benefits all parties involved.
The Consumer-Driven Transportation Network
The Consumer-Driven Transportation Network
Fab Brasca, vice president of global logistics at JDA Software, discusses how retailers can adapt their transportation strategies to the new economy, reducing costs and increasing speed and agility, among other benefits.
Critical Issues for Shippers with the FMCSA's CSA System
Critical Issues for Shippers with the FMCSA's CSA System
Tom Sanderson, CEO of the logistics services and management company Transplace, outlines why shippers must make the effort to understand the CSA safety measurement system and tread carefully when they use it.
Saving Money (and the Planet) with CNG
Saving Money (and the Planet) with CNG
Bill Renz, general manager of U.S. Oil, discusses why compressed natural gas (CNG) is gaining considerable traction in the U.S. logistics market, as well as the financial and environmental benefits this alternative fuel offers commercial fleets.
Looking at Trends in Transportation Management
Looking at Trends in Transportation Management
Jim Hendrickson, vice president and general manager for shipping and transportation solutions at Pitney Bowes, introduces the growing suite of technologies that transportation managers can employ to help them manage dispersed operations.
Saddle Creek Dives Into the CNG Pool
Saddle Creek Dives Into the CNG Pool
Mike DelBovo, president of Saddle Creek Transportation Inc., tells us about Saddle Creek's new, $25 million Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) project, which includes 102 tractor-trailers and a fueling station.
The Value of Logistics Clusters
The Value of Logistics Clusters
Dr. Yossi Sheffi, director of the Center for Transportation and Logistics of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, joins us to discuss his latest book, "Logistics Clusters: Delivering Value and Driving Growth."
Advantages of Using Regional Parcel Carriers
Advantages of Using Regional Parcel Carriers
Mark Magill, director of business development for OnTrac, says that regional parcel carriers offer many attractive alternatives to the national parcel service providers.
The 17th Annual Study on Trends in Third-Party Logistics
The 17th Annual Study on Trends in Third-Party Logistics
Dr. John Langley, clinical professor of supply chain management at Penn State University and the lead author of the annual Third Party Logistics Study, outlines key trends in this important segment of the supply chain market.
A Motor Carrier's Lean Journey
A Motor Carrier's Lean Journey
Jeff Rivera, vice president of eastern area operations for Con-way Freight, talks about his project developing and implementing lean principles in operations to drive improvements in safety, performance, and customer satisfaction.
CSX's Highway-to-Rail (H2R) Program
CSX's Highway-to-Rail (H2R) Program
Arthur Adams, director, intermodal commercial sales at CSX Transportation, explains the railroad's new Highway to Rail (H2R) initiative, including its benefits and implications for intermodal shippers.
Reducing the Carbon Footprint in Freight Transportation
Reducing the Carbon Footprint in Freight Transportation
Jason Mathers, head of the Smart Moves Initiative of the Corporate Partnership Program at the Environmental Defense Fund, says shippers can take steps now to advance sustainability in their operations--and cut costs in the bargain.
Route Optimization: On the Right Course
Route Optimization: On the Right Course
Greg Confer, vice president of business and logistics solutions at Cheetah Software Systems, explains how route-optimization technologies work, and the cost savings and operational enhancements they can offer.
Rick Blasgen on the attendance rebound at CSCMP's Annual Conference 2010
Rick Blasgen on the attendance rebound at CSCMP's Annual Conference 2010
Rick Blasgen, president and CEO of CSCMP, discusses the rebound in attendance at this year's annual conference in San Diego, and new educational programs the organization will offer its members.
Chuck Taylor: The End of Cheap Oil
Chuck Taylor: The End of Cheap Oil
Chuck Taylor, Head Coach at Awake!, talks with SCQ's James Cooke about the inevitability of higher fuel prices. Are you ready for the end of cheap oil?