Professional Development

Join us for our next event:  !!!

 

Tuesday, Nov. 14th, 2017

Where: The Volvo Communications Center

Menu:  Thanksgiving Dinner.  Salad of mxed fall greens with green apples, red onion, candied pecans, and blue cheese crumbles, served with honey vinegarette.  Cheeze grits and corn pudding, Herb Roasted Turkey, roasted sweet potato casserole, green beans with bacon, assorted rolls and butter, pecan pie and chocolate cake  

“Don’t Forget the Transportation Management Strategy"

Presented by Jay Witherspoon, MBA, CSCP

 

 Jay Witherspoon will discuss the ins and outs of an effective Transportation Management Strategy as companies race to service their customers more quickly and cost efficiently than ever.

EVENT SYNOPSIS

For many companies, transportation is often viewed in a bubble that does not fit in with the overall supply chain strategy; however, in reality, transportation touches numerous stakeholders and can have a significant impact on your company’s bottom line, overall operational efficiency and ability to service its customers.

As customer expectations and cost saving opportunities become more important than ever, learn how an effective Transportation Management Strategy can set your organization apart from competition in this increasingly complex world of supply chain management.

BIOGRAPHY

Jay Witherspoon has worked in transportation and logistics for over 11 years.  His experience includes all three sides of the transportation equation – carrier, 3PL and shipper.  Through this inclusive view, Jay strives to use collaboration, technology and continuous improvement initiatives to achieve best in class results within the transportation sector.

 Jay holds a CSCP certification from APICS and is currently in pursuit of a six sigma green belt certification through ASQ.  Jay is a proud UNCG alum and holds a minor in Economics, bachelor’s degree and masters of business administration from the Bryan School of Business and Economics.

 

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