November 2011

By Bob Trebilcock · November 2, 2011
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By Lorie King Rogers · November 1, 2011
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By Bob Trebilcock · November 1, 2011
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By Lorie King Rogers · November 1, 2011
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SPECIAL REPORT
By Lorie King Rogers · November 1, 2011
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By Lorie King Rogers · November 1, 2011
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By Lorie King Rogers · November 1, 2011
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By Josh Bond · November 1, 2011
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By Bob Trebilcock · November 1, 2011
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By Michael Levans · November 1, 2011
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<p>“ I think that there’s a consensus in Congress on what the needs are in America. Everybody knows where the bad roads are. Everybody knows where the bad bridges are that need to be fixed. People know that we have transit systems that are outdated that need to be brought up to a state of good repair.” — Ray LaHood</p> By John D. Schulz · November 1, 2011
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is named the NITL Executive of the Year for his passion, enthusiasm, and his ability to navigate the shoals of our now hyper-partisan capitol.
By Bridget McCrea · November 1, 2011
When executed properly, supply chain visibility will come into play on a day-to-day basis. But how do logistics managers get there? Our technology correspondent shows you the way.
By Patrick Burnson · November 1, 2011
The foremost specialty chemicals and materials company brought on a transformational logistics leader, shed its transportation and warehouse assets, and ramped up a rapid worldwide expansion. Here’s how it happened.
By Maida Napolitano · November 1, 2011
Our warehouse/DC engineer dives into the best practices and tools that the retailer put to work in order to expand its distribution network after it became the exclusive provider of beauty products for JCPenney stores.

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