Welcome to the end of year issue of JBF Freight Transportation Industry Bulletin, a monthly newsletter curated by the JBF Consulting team, with a focus on supply chain, transportation, logistics and of course freight.
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In This Issue
Say 'Goodbye' to $2 a mile!
A few fundamental questions: Will the prices ever come back down? If they do, by how much? And whether they keep going up or come down, what can we do about it? Read the full update here…
To all of our clients and partners, thank you!
We are very proud of our team for all they have accomplished in 2021, and truly excited for 2022. It's so much fun to be around people you constantly learn & grow from, with an organization that still feels like every year is a 'Startup' year. Big things around the corner!
Row 1 Bernadette Harmon, Griffin Holub, Brian Lewis, Bryan Stone, Julie Meehan
Row 2 Dale Lockyear, Kyle Stone, Ken Kelly, Michael Wolf
Row 3 Mark Workman, Brad Forester, Dennis Heppner, Justin Wilcox, Mike Mulqueen
Row 4 Adam Gray, Mary Wayt, Chris Doersen, PMP, Mark Kroner, Hugo Perez, PMP
Customer Success Story
Lead Logistics Integration for CPG Food & Apparel Brand
JBF Consulting served as the lead logistics integrator for a global business transformation that merged three independent CPG divisions into a single operating company.
Alongside a centralized SAP deployment for this transformation, JBF partnered with the client and prime systems integrator to deliver Blue Yonder TMS within the transformation program... Read the success story here.
From the Blog
The Logistics of S. Claus, Inc.
Is there any supply chain in the world as large and complex as the one headed up by Santa Claus? In the midst of the holidays (perhaps a bit tempered this pandemic year), many of us eagerly await the arrival of Saint Nick and the goodies he promises. But consider the following - read more…
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