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    • 01 Oct 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • VIA ZOOM
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    Combatting the COVID-Induced Truckload Capacity Crisis

    • A look at the market today (demand is rising, capacity is tight, and far too many drivers aren’t on the road today for a variety of reasons).
    • Walk through the data and discuss variables that are currently constraining capacity.
    • Discuss the steps you should be taking now to prepare for the uncertainty of the market in the months to come, and the productivity improvements you can pursue today.

    VIA ZOOM -  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81283953867

      Jeff Tucker, CEO, Tucker Company Worldwide

      Jeff Tucker is third generation CEO of Tucker Company Worldwide, America’s oldest privately held freight brokerage specializing in complicated freight, like temperature-controlled, oversized, and high-value, high-security goods. Jeff is past chairman of the board for the Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA). He co-authors and chairs the committee for TIA’s “Carrier Selection Framework,” which provides guidance on the selection of safe motor carriers. Jeff has testified before Congress on truck safety matters, and advises the U.S. Department of Transportation on highway safety. He is on the board of directors for the National Industrial Transportation League, and chairs its Highway Transportation Committee.

      • 07 Oct 2020
      • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (EDT)
      • VIA ZOOM

      APICS - Philadelphia Area Network Chapter 

      CSCMP - Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals

      ISM - Institute for Supply Management

      TCP - Traffic Club of Philadelphia

      WERC - Warehousing Education and Research Council

      Supply Chain Management – Houston, We Have Lift Off!   

      REGISTER NOW    

      Supply Chain has evolved from a “Leap of Faith” to “Lift Off”, since rescheduling this meeting due to the pandemic. Every customer makes a “Leap of Faith”, when they place an order with a company. Most consumers have some degree of concern as to whether the order will be fulfilled and delivered as desired.

      In consideration of recent events since March 11th, supply chain managers have found it even more necessary than usual to innovate and transform their supply chains.  Those who benefit from the resulting improvements include customers and consumers of all types, and trading partners in ecosystems that facilitate the creation of value through meaningful and effective collaboration and alignment. 

      This presentation will explore some of the factors that are responsible for the increased urgency to become involved in supply chain innovation and transformation.  Also to be highlighted are new technologies and approaches that will lead to success.  Both shippers and third-party service providers can now “Leap over the Hurdles” that have caused customers to fasten their belts in anticipation of poor service. To further guarantee this success developing future supply chain talent is a high priority for our educational institutions and participating organizations in today’s supply chains.

      Cost: FREE Via ZOOM

      REGISTRATION DEADLINE:   October 5, 2020 by 12 noon

      Zoom Conference System Information:

      This Zoom meeting is being hosted by the PAN-APICS chapter on behalf of the five Mega Meeting organizations. Please register using our website WWW.PAN-APICS.ORG and click-on the supply chain organization with which you are associated. Note use this MEGA registration Link: REGISTER NOW

      You will receive a confirmation receipt via email. The Zoom meeting link will be sent 24 hours in advance and a Reminder 30 minutes before the meeting starts.

      In order to join via your computer or via the Zoom App, please download WWW.ZOOM.US/DOWNLOAD. Please arrive 10 minutes in advance of the start of the meeting, so the Host can let you in.                   

      SPEAKER: Dr. C. John Langley,  Clinical professor, Supply Chain information systems and director of development, Center for Supply Chain Research at Smeal College of Business at The Pennsylvania State University       

      Dr. Langley is a Clinical professor, Supply Chain Information Systems and Director of Development, Center for Supply Chain Research® at Smeal College of Business at The Pennsylvania State University. He has also worked as SCL Professor of Supply Chain Management at Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute and was the Dove Distinguished Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the University of Tennessee. In addition he is an entrepreneur being the owner of a professional Ice hockey team called the Knoxville Ice Bears located in Knoxville, TN.

      For the 24th consecutive year, he has led the Annual Third Party Logistics Study that is released annually at the CSCMP national conference. Since 1996, this study has documented and measured the transformation of the third-party logistics industry. The 2019 study showed that “83% of shippers and 98% of 3PLs were in accord that 3PL usage had translated into improving customer services “to the ultimate customers.” It shows that shippers and their 3PL providers are increasingly moving toward meaningful partnerships and working together to accomplish their supply chain goals. The demand for 3PL services is expected to about double the pace of GDP growth at 5.2 percent between 2018 and 2022.   

    Past events

    11 Aug 2020 Virtual Event with PhilaPort
    23 Jan 2020 112th Annual Dinner
    11 Oct 2019 Philadelphia Port Briefing
    09 Oct 2019 Mini-Mega Meeting
    05 Oct 2019 NJ Operation Lifesaver
    09 Sep 2019 Annual Golf Outing
    20 Jun 2019 Summer Social
    16 May 2019 National Transportation Week - PhilaPort: The Philadelphia Region’s Gateway for Global Cargo Transportation
    04 Apr 2019 City Freight Show USA
    13 Mar 2019 Mega Meeting - The Music of the Supply Chain in the Delaware Valley
    28 Jan 2019 Mini-Mega Meeting
    24 Jan 2019 111th Annual Dinner
    15 Nov 2018 CANCELLED: Industry Night - The Union Pacific Railroad’s Role in feeding America
    09 Oct 2018 Mini-Mega Meeting
    09 Oct 2018 Annual Golf Outing (Rescheduled)
    21 Jun 2018 Summer Social
    17 May 2018 National Transportation Week Lunch
    12 Apr 2018 Inaugural Dinner
    14 Mar 2018 Mega Meeting - Winter into Spring: A Time of Endings & New Beginnings
    25 Jan 2018 110th Annual Dinner
    16 Nov 2017 Industry Night - An Evening with Monroe Energy
    04 Oct 2017 Mini-Mega Meeting: Mentors Meet Young Professionals in Manyunk
    19 Sep 2017 Annual Golf Outing
    22 Jun 2017 Summer Social
    16 May 2017 National Transportation Week Lunch with Jeff Tucker
    15 Mar 2017 Mega Meeting - Supply Chain Competitiveness – US State of Logistics-Costs & Trends”
    26 Jan 2017 109th Annual Dinner
    09 Nov 2016 Industry Night - An Evening with Philadelphia Shipyard
    06 Oct 2016 Mini-Mega Networking: Mentors Meet Young Professionals
    29 Aug 2016 Annual Golf Outing
    02 Jun 2016 Summer Social
    17 May 2016 National Transportation Week Event
    02 Mar 2016 Mega Meeting
    21 Jan 2016 108th Annual Dinner
    10 Nov 2015 Industry Night - An Evening with Monroe Energy
    28 Sep 2015 Annual Golf Outing
    25 Sep 2015 Recruiting and Retention
    29 Jul 2015 Members Only Lunch and Learn
    10 Jun 2015 Summer Social
    13 May 2015 National Transportation Week Lunch
    04 Mar 2015 Mega Meeting
    22 Jan 2015 107th Annual Dinner
    04 Dec 2014 Holiday Gathering
    18 Nov 2014 Industry Night - Crude Oil into the Delaware Valley - Facts & Fiction
    06 Oct 2014 Annual Golf Outing
    11 Aug 2014 Afternoon at the Phillies
    15 May 2014 National Transportation Week Lunch
    27 Mar 2014 Inaugural Dinner
    12 Feb 2014 Mega Meeting
    21 Jan 2014 106th Annual Dinner
    05 Dec 2013 2013 Holiday Party
    19 Nov 2013 Industry Night - The rebirth of an historical industrial landmark - The Keystone Industrial Park Complex at Fairless Hills
    21 Oct 2013 Annual Golf Outing
    19 Oct 2013 Breast Cancer Eradication Making Strides
    19 Aug 2013 Phillies Game



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