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The 2007 Logistics Planner provides detailed, descriptive profiles of 160 leading carriers, logistics solutions providers, technology companies and equipment manufacturers as well as the best sites in North America supporting trade. Business logistics leaders around the globe use the online Logistics Planner all year long to find solutions to their trade, transportation, logistics and supply chain challenges.
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Air Cargo Navigates Uncertain Skies Criss-crossing issues such as high fuel prices, new security regulations, and competition from other modes, the air cargo industry flies on to what it cautiously hopes will be a strong future.
Chemical LogisticsWhat is the state of today's chemical logistics market? How do hazmat shippers and carriers deal with safety concerns? What logistics best practices are chemical producers embracing? Find out in this informative resource from Inbound Logistics and Chemical Week.
Sourcing in a Seller's MarketWhat is today's new "seller's market" like? And is the sourcing professional really captive to it? Find out in this opinion piece by Carrie Ericson and Leron Baum of Ariba.
Buying Insurance: Domestic or Foreign?It may surprise you to know that certain types of international trade insurance are often placed with insurers located outside the United States. Here's some advice on making sure you are protected, from C. Daniel Negron, vice president, TT Club.
SUPPLY CHAIN TECHNOLOGY
What Are Your Tech Vendors Up To?By Amy Roach PartridgeA sampling of new offerings from the top technology providers attending this year's Distribution/Computer Expo.
Learn about the business case for carbon reduction at the first-ever Carbon Footprint Consumer Products Summit, Sept. 13-14, 2007, in Chicago. U.S. retailers and consumer product manufacturers will explore designing roadmaps for rationalizing, planning, and establishing cost-effective carbon reduction programs that save money.
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||Join the "who's who" of logistics at the leading event for senior-level defense logistics! |
|- General John Abizaid, USA (Ret) - Commander, USCENTCOM (2003-2007)|
- Lieutenant General Robert T. Dail, USA - Director, Defense Logistics Agency
- Vice Admiral Ann E. Rondeau, USN - Deputy Commander, USTRANSCOM
- Rear Admiral Robert D. Reilly, Jr, USN - Commander, Military Sealift Command
- Major General (S) Paul Selva, USAF - Deputy Chief of Staff, Strategic Plans
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