Food Shippers of America

More than $22,500 in awards will be presented, and the top applicant will be invited to attend the conference and accept the award in person.

Eligible applicants are children or dependents (including spouses) of a supply chain department employee whose company's FSA membership dues are current.

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We are pleased to offer the following sponsorship opportunities For the 63rd Annual Food Shippers of America Conference.

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The 63rd Annual Food Shippers of America Golf Tournament will be one morning round on two courses. Limited to the first 288 golf registrations.

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Syfan Logistics, Inc.
63rd Annual Food Shippers of America Conference Sponsors for 2018 include:

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Waymo CEO says it’S first commercial opportunity may be in trucking: John Krafcik, CEO of Google’s self-driving car spinoff Waymo, provided new details about the company’s plans to make money off its self-driving technology at a Bloomberg conference in New York City this week. Waymo is widely considered a leader in developing self-driving technology, but, like others in the self-driving car race, is still exploring new business models that may be enabled by the disruptive technology.

Visit http://www.businessinsider.com/transportation-and-logistics-briefing-waymos-self-driving-truck-ambitions-samsung-to-invest-300-million-in-auto-tech-tesla-to-unveil-semi-truck-on-oct-26-2017-9 to view the full article online.

Climate change, water shortages and pollution pose severe risks to the $5 trillion food and agribusiness industry. Agriculture consumes 70 percent of fresh water and contributes about one-fifth of greenhouse gas emissions globally — and the sector is growing rapidly to support a population nearing 9 billion by 2050. The responsibility to balance growth with water supply and negative environmental externalities is heavy.

In its second Feeding Ourselves Thirsty report, nonprofit investor coalition Ceres found that the food sector's management of water risks improved by 10 percent on average since its last report in 2015. The packaged food and meat sectors made the biggest improvements.

Visit https://www.greenbiz.com/article/nestle-coca-cola-top-list-companies-disclosing-water-risk to view the full article online.

Food Shippers of America is proud to announce its partnership with Cvent in creating a new registration process for the 63rd Annual Food Shippers of America Conference scheduled March 11-13, 2018, at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge in Phoenix, AZ. Registration is on target to open July 1, 2017. If you have attended an FSA conference in the last three years, you will receive an email invitation that will include your own unique voucher number. This number will be needed when you access the link within the email invitation to complete your conference registration.

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Food Shippers of America Agenda 2018 as of 091617

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Roadrunner Transportation Systems Inc (RRTS) traded on unusually high volume Sep. 15, as the stock gained 1.2% to close at $7.57. On the day, Roadrunner Transportation Systems Inc. saw 322,969 shares trade hands on 1,116 trades. Considering that the stock averages only a daily volume of 88,515 shares over the last month, this represents a significant bump in volume over the norm.

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If you live in the Bay Area, you’ll be hearing a lot about Senate Bill 595 over the next year or so. If you’re a regular user of any of the region’s seven state-owned toll bridges — that’s all of them, except the Golden Gate Bridge — you’ll want to pay close attention.

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Touched by a news story with images of a mother and child in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, a youngster from Crest Hill was determined to help. A week ago, 10-year-old Danica Ward, with assistance from her parents and neighbors, dropped off two car loads of donations for victims of Hurricane Harvey at the Des Plaines Street parking lot where Joliet city officials had coordinated a collection.

Joliet partnered with Cadence Premier Logistics, a Joliet trucking company, with plans to deliver the goods in a large semitrailer to hurricane-ravaged Texas as soon as possible.

Visit http://www.positivelynaperville.com/2017/09/15/youngster-helps-fill-truck-headed-toward-hurricane-ravaged-south/78025 to view the full article online.

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Burris Logistics
Burris Freight Management, a business line of Burris Logistics — provider of customized supply chain solutions — announced that it has acquired Iowa-based, Streamline Logistics. Learn how we can offer you more options in transportation solutions.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Commissioner James O'Neill says the New York Police Department is closely monitoring developments in the London subway explosion and the governor says transportation security has been beefed up as a precaution.

O'Neill said on Twitter Friday that there have been no direct threats to New York City.

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Trucking often gets a bad rap. The media paints the industry in a bad light and ambulance chasers constantly advertise about how evil the "big trucking companies" are. Could you imagine what these people would do without the trucking and logistics industry? Maybe the "Texas Hammer" would feel differently if one day trucks stopped delivering to his community.

After all, politicians like Bernie Sanders have talked about taking trucks off the road. Maybe he assumes that goods are shipped to his local Wal-Mart by train? When was the last time you saw a train pull up to the mall, Walgreens, or your local Target store? Never. That's right, the trucking industry is vital to the success and sophistication of our economy.

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Tiger Cool Express (TCX) announced today that Steve Van Kirk will lead TCX as its new CEO. Van Kirk is replacing Tom Finkbiner, current CEO of TCX.

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