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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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Dynamics of Air Freight Logistics and Facilities Tour

Click Here to Register! Air freight is a vital mode for transporting high-value and time-sensitive goods, such as technological and medical products, to global markets. The State of Wisconsin is working hard to attract and retain manufacturers of similar products. In this regard, air freight and General Mitchell Airport have the potential to play a […]

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26th Annual Scholarship Fundraiser

To download our flyer, click here – > TLC Fundraiser flyer 2013

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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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Leveraging Integrated Direct Marketing to Increase Sales

Demand Generation . . . it’s the lifeblood of your company.  You may have outstanding logistics products and services, but it really doesn’t matter if you can’t market and sell them effectively.  Business success depends upon generating customer interest and engagement.  The Frantz Group has developed an 6-Step Process for Integrated Direct Marketing to serve […]

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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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Understanding Customs Compliance

The Logistics Council (TLC) of Milwaukee invites you to attend a dinner program on Thursday, January 17th, for what will be an exciting educational event focused on US CBP Compliance.  Our program will feature 2 Compliance professionals from FedEx Trade Network and Brokerage who will take us through the basic and mid-level concerns with compliance […]

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The Logistics Council Christmas Mixer

You’re Invited to a Christmas Mixer! Tis the season to… network with area Logistics and Supply Chain professionals. The Logistics Council (TLC) of Milwaukee invites you and your guest to attend a Christmas Mixer and Networking event on Thursday, December 13th, at Mo’s Irish Pub in Wauwatosa. Heavy appetizers will be served, and exciting door […]

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Risk Management – Concerns in Capacity Procurement

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. Program Overview: Supply Chain professionals, whether shipper, carriers, warehousemen or […]

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Worldwide Port Infrastructure: Challenges and Opportunities

Please join The Logistics Council (TLC) for dinner and a presentation on Thursday, September 20th. Larry Sullivan, Chief Engineer for the Port of Milwaukee, will share his outlook for the industry as a whole, as well as discuss the strategies that ports and shippers are using to respond to recent trends.  In addition, we will be presenting […]

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