Mark Derks -
Director of Global Marketing
SXSW: An Unconventional Place to Find the Future of Supply Chain | Transportfolio
Austin, Texas. Home to the University of Texas. A place they like to keep weird. And the host city for South by Southwest (SXSW). Revered as the greatest place to discover the next big innovation, it welcomes thousands of people with common goals to share ideas, pitch their innovation, seek insights and learn the latest in content, products, and technology. » Read More
John Wiehoff -
Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board
One of the things I most appreciate about being part of the global logistics industry is the sense of community that we’ve built. Together, we share trade insights, collaborate, problem solve, and navigate the dynamic global marketplace. And that sense of community is exactly what I experienced at the TPM Annual Conference. » Read More
Mike Short -
President of Global Freight Forwarding
There are a lot of things happening in our industry right now, and there are many anticipated changes on the horizon. But one thing remains constant, and that’s my excitement for the TPM Annual Conference. Over the last 15 years, TPM has become a well-known source for information and networking within the global container shipping and logistics community. » Read More
Kyle Achter -
General Manager, Southeast Sourcing Transportation
Editor’s note: We posted this infographic two years ago, but we’re sharing it again today in the spirit of the holiday. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Valentine’s Day is here, and retailers have enjoyed a weekend of holiday-related sales. Over the last two weeks, roses have been making their way from fields to stores across the country, all so that consumers can treat their Valentines to fresh bouquets of beautiful blooms. But just what did that journey entail? » Read More
C.H. Robinson has been an industry leader for 110 years. It seems like a long time. The world has changed so much since 1905. But some things are still the same. Things like cultural values and ethics. Things like customer service. These are the things that matter, the things that endure. People are still searching for the best fresh food at the best prices. Businesses are still trying to find the most effective, cost efficient way to transport and deliver their goods to customers. And C.H. Robinson is still committed to building strong carrier relationships and improving our customers’ supply chains, so we’ll never stop creating innovative supply chain solutions.