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DB Schenker honors Hispanic employees
To mark National Hispanic Heritage Month, the global logistics service company salutes five female Hispanic executives for their contributions to the organization.
Kids' activity book traces cookies through the supply chain
Latest release from "Women In Trucking" group teaches kids about transportation.
Ball State University names logistics center for alum who went on to lead UPS
Indiana school unveils $1.2 million Kent C. "Oz" Nelson Logistics and Supply Chain Management Center.
AGiLE announces editorial promotion and staff addition
Business journalist Victoria Kickham joins DC Velocity, Ames named senior news editor, Solomon leaves AGiLE.
Survey: Penn State Univ. offers top supply chain graduate degree
Gartner study also finds industry paychecks on the rise, with average starting salary for an MBA with a supply chain concentration at $88,935.
Report: logistics careers posted top-ten pay raise in 2017
Median salary for logisticians jumped 21.7 percent to $63,960, Finder.com says.
Back on the "unchained" gang?
CSCMP looks to reunite "CSCMP Unchained" band at this fall's Edge conference.
Schools offer "hybrid" path to SCM master's degree
"Blended learning" programs combine online and classroom instruction.
The Rainmakers
For our 2018 Rainmakers, success isn't just about fame and fortune. It's also about making a contribution to the logistics field and advancing the profession.
CSCMP to honor Dr. John Gattorna with group's 2018 Distinguished Service Award
Author, academic and consultant has played key role in shifting industry's value proposition

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