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Register Today for the Annual “State of Transportation” Review

The Logistics Council (TLC) of Milwaukee invites you to a dinner program on Thursday March 19th with a leading industry analyst to review the State of Transportation in the United States.  Ben Hartford of RW Baird will provide a recap of the 2014 performance of transport companies, as well as offering an assessment of the […]

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Please join us: Supply Chain Design Software – Justifying and Using the Ultimate Tool

The Logistics Council (TLC) of Milwaukee invites you to a dinner program on Thursday February 19th with two industry speakers on the topic of Supply Chain Design. Paul Kramer of Johnsonville Sausage, LLC and Greg Jarosinski of LLamasoft, Inc. will speak together about the rationale, selection and use of the Supply Chain Guru tool at […]

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You’re Invited to our Next Dinner Program: Best of Breed WMS or ERP – Is this a trick question?

The Logistics Council (TLC) of Milwaukee invites you to a dinner program on Thursday January 15th with our speaker and Warehouse Management System (WMS) Expert, Noah Dixon. Noah Dixon has worked in the Logistics Software industry for over 25 years. He served as Vice President of Product Marketing for Catalyst International and Product Manager of […]

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You’re Invited to Our Next Dinner Program: Sustainability in Transportation

The Logistics Council (TLC) of Milwaukee invites you to a dinner program on Thursday November 13th where the Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Mark Gottlieb, P.E., will be our guest speaker. Transportation networks in the United States and internationally have grown tremendously throughout history, improving the speed and efficiency with which goods are […]

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2014 Annual State of Transportation Dinner Program

Signs of life in the freight economy emerged in 4Q13.  While US economic demand has remained sluggish, spot truckload activity was brisk in November and December; and the growth in e-commerce caused network disruptions at the venerable parcel carriers UPS and FedEx.  So, what’s in store for 2014?  On Thursday, March 20th, plan to spend […]

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Navigating the New Transportation Energy Market

You are invited to attend a dinner program on Thursday, February 20th, for an event focused on the current Transportation energy market.  This program will feature Craig Dickman, Founder, CEO, and Chief Innovation Officer for Breakthrough®Fuel.  Breakthrough®Fuel is a transportation energy advisory firm that helps shippers understand and manage transportation energy lifecycles and costs.  Craig […]

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Trends in Logistics Outsourcing

You are invited to attend a dinner program on Thursday, January 16th, for an event focused on recent trends in logistics outsourcing.  This program will feature Evan Armstrong, President of Armstrong & Associates, Inc.  Evan brings a wealth of knowledge and over 20 years of experience in Supply Chain management to this Logistics Council event. […]

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E-commerce Supply Chain

E-commerce is here to stay. Some of the fastest growing companies of the past decade are those which have tapped the Internet to identify new customers, strengthen existing customer relationships, and drive the bottom line by streamlining business processes. Regardless of the approach to web design and user interface, organizations intending to leverage E-commerce must […]

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The Logistics Council’s Annual State of Transportation Dinner Program

The latter half of 2012 included several consecutive months of below-seasonal demand followed by a slight uptick towards the end of the calendar year. So, what’s in store for 2013?  On Thursday, March 14th, plan to spend your evening with The Logistics Council for what will be an outstanding dinner program regarding the State of […]

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RFQ Best Practices: Better Planning Leads to Better Contracts

Up front planning will dictate the success of your next carrier contract in terms of both financial success and operational excellence.  You are invited to attend a dinner program on  Thursday, February 21st, for an event focused on different methods of preparing and executing a Request for Quote.  A Request for Quote offers parties on […]

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