2303 North Mayfair Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226
The Logistics Council (TLC) of Milwaukee invites you to attend a dinner program on Tuesday November 20th, for what will be an exciting educational event focused on impacting supply chain capacity. We have assembled four industry experts to discuss concerns and solutions in capacity procurement.
Supply Chain professionals, whether shipper, carriers, warehousemen or brokers must all deal with capacity constraints on a daily basis. Each of our interactions with our supply chain partners is balanced between cost, speed and quality conditions. This program will help explore how the balance is managed by transportation partners in various shipment modalities.
These experts will present their perspectives from small parcel, through LTL and into TL including intermodal. Each will bring issues relevant to both parties in a supply chain relationship, considerations and solutions they currently employee to combat transportation capacity on a year-round basis. After brief presentations by each speaker, there will be a roundtable panel discussion to answer any audience questions.
Bill Audette, Director of Distribution Logistics, CNH
Bill joined the CNH team in 2006. Prior to joining CNH, he has spent his career in supply chain roles for industrial distributors and
manufacturing companies. Bill is presently in charge of all
transportation associated with the service parts portion of the CNH
John W Healy, AVP Enterprise Business Development
John Healy was raised in Wauwatosa WI and graduated from Marquette University. After college he worked for Procter&Gamble. During his 21 year career, he has had assignments in Sales, Manufacturing, Customer Service, Warehousing, Inbound Bulk Transportation, Outbound Finished Product Transportation, and Supply Chain.
In 1994, he went to work at Alliance Shippers as VP of Midwest Sales and in 1998 was hired as Director of Transportation for Fort James (now Georgia Pacific). John joined Hub in 1999 to start up a 3 PL service offering which is now Unyson Logistics. He returned to Hub Group Intermodal Sales in 2004 and in his current role he focuses on large customer business development.
Brian Randleman, Logistics Manager, Generac Power Systems
Brian has been a Logistics Manager at Generac Power Systems since 2006. Prior to that he was a Distribution Operations Manager at Trane and a Production Engineer. Brian is a CPM, CPIM and Certified Logisitcs Manager and earned his B.S. in Nuclear Engineering at Iowa State.
Mark Spahos is a Graduate of the UW Madison and an Army National Guard Veteran. Mark has been a top sales performer for Nestle, Hershey, Comp USA, Gateway and for the past 10 years; FedEx Services. Mark is a FedEx Presidents Club Member and is currently serving the role of Strategic Sales for FedEx Services in Wisconsin.
Please join us for another quality educational program from The Logistics Council.