Gender GapCompanies can work to offset the gender imbalance in supply chain and logistics.

By Tisha Danehl

The climb to the top of the corporate ladder remains challenging for women in supply chain and logistics. According to a report co-published by Gartner and AWESOME, a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing women’s leadership in supply chain, women make up 37 percent of the supply chain workforce and yet just 15 percent of top-level supply chain positions are filled by women.

Future Proofing FleetsYou can future-proof your fleet through unified fleet management systems.

By Kurt Nantkes

Fleet management is a rapidly evolving industry with ever-changing regulations; cutting-edge technology and a market saturated with telematics products. As we move into the next generation of fleet management, companies are putting effort and resources toward the development of a universal, streamlined approach – one that brings together all services into a simple, convenient user interface. 

FSMATeamwork is key to complying with the Food Safety Modernization Act.

By Taylor Howerton

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), passed by Congress and signed into law in 2011, is designed to protect Americans from increased foodborne illnesses by establishing federal regulation that strengthens the U.S. food supply chain. Considered by many as the most sweeping reform of America’s food safety laws in more than 70 years, it was created to address the significant risk that food contamination poses to public health. 

CalgaryCalgary, Alberta, offers a range of transportation and logistics opportunities.

 By Alan Dorich

Some might recognize Calgary, Alberta, primarily for its architecture. But the city, which is an hour away from the Canadian Rockies, has become a major center for transportation and logistics operations.

 TECH IMPROVING 01Technologies can help enhance the lives and safety of drivers.

By Michael Rofman

There’s no question that technology is transforming trucking, just as it has disrupted and transformed so many other industries. It has improved performance, vastly increased the amount and type of data that trucking businesses have to evaluate efficiency, and it’s also changing the role of drivers. Along with that, these new technologies can and should be viewed as cost-savings instruments. While we’re still a few years away from having an industry that runs on self-driving trucks, there are a number of technologies that exist today that not only help businesses grow their bottom line, but enhance the lives and safety of drivers – ultimately shrinking shortages and improving retention.

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