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Automating Logistics

Casey Connolly

How Does Your Next Flight Out Provider Notify You?

For years the status quo of the logistics industry has been compiled of many large Freight Forwarders who excel at one specific sector or another. Through tribal knowledge of knowing popular flight options, reliable service partners, and knowing what routing worked on the previous shipment, they have built the playbook of logistics world. However, in today’s world, the status quo is not enough.

Millennials Leading The Charge In Logistics

There is a high disregard for the capabilities of the millennial generation in the workplace. Initial comments discuss laziness, complacency, the generation that received gold stars and trophies no matter what place you finished. While that last statement may be true (my trophy case from little league baseball, soccer, and football represents every medal you could place), that does not reflect the ingenuity I observe from this young generation.

When Should A Logistics Company Be More Than Just A Logistics Company?

For the past decade, the status quo of critical transportation can be summed up in one word: stagnate. Quality of service, picking up parcels on time, and meeting an expected delivery time was all that mattered. Companies had backups and backups of providers to create services and costs to leverage against one another. That demand created an environment solely focused on service and not a partnership.

Reflections From CLMA: Do You Have Visibility Into Your Clinical Samples?

If there is one word to describe the energy that surrounded the Clinical Laboratory Management Association (CLMA) this year, it’s enthusiasm. I use the term enthusiasm, rather than a bland mix of “passion” because it highlights an array of adjectives that cover the multiple personas attending the conference.

Millennial Leadership In The Supply Chain

There is a high disregard for the capabilities of the millennial generation in the workplace. Initial comments discuss laziness, complacency, the generation that received gold stars and trophies no matter what place you finished. While that last statement may be true (my trophy case from little league baseball, soccer, and football represents every medal you could place), that does not reflect the ingenuity I observe from this young generation.

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