Jordan Kass

Supply Chain Expertise and Technology Blog by TMC, a division of C.H. Robinson

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Jordan Kass — President, Managed Services

As President of Managed Services, Jordan has global responsibility for TMC. In 1999, Jordan led a team that collaborated with some of the world’s most forward thinking shippers to develop the service now called Managed TMS®. Under Jordan’s leadership, TMC is now a global business improving access to products that the world’s businesses, homes, and communities need. Jordan is a proud alumnus of Indiana University, and has worked at C.H. Robinson for 20+ years. Outside of work, Jordan enjoys Crossfit®, cooking, and spending time with his family in Michigan.

Three Mega Trends Driving Supply Chain Transformations

Digital transformation is one topic that is dominating our industry—and rightfully so, considering the significant competitive advantages and opportunities it brings to global supply chains. It’s rare to come across an industry article or conference that doesn’t reference how supply chains are being disrupted, automated, and optimized through digitalization. We recently participated in two conferences that both focused on this topic: Transparency 18, a freight visibility summit hosted by FreightWaves, and the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference—Move to Mastery: Innovate, Disrupt, and Scale the Digital Supply Chain.

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5 Supply Chain Priorities for U.S. Infrastructure Investments

us_infrastructure_billThrough our work to optimize supply chains, we have a unique view of how goods and commerce flow through our nation’s infrastructure and what impacts on time delivery and cost. In addition to weather and capacity disruptions, supply chains are also challenged by congestion on U.S. highways, rail hubs, and ports.

On behalf of supply chain professionals, I recently had the opportunity to share these insights with the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Surface Transportation and Merchant Marine Infrastructure, Safety, and Security as they consider priorities and funding mechanisms for new infrastructure investments. Read More…

Advancing into the Future of Logistics

SelfDrivingAs consumers, we’ve all seen the semiautonomous features that have been steadily added to the cars we drive. Adaptive cruise control, automated parallel parking, automatic emergency braking, and blind spot warning systems are all examples of relatively recent features that aim to add efficiency and safety to our commutes, road trips, and general running around town. In the same way advancements are happening in the consumer automobile space, new technologies are helping shape the future of logistics as well. Read More…

The Next Generation of Global Supply Chain Technology Is Here: Navisphere® Vision

When we founded TMC nearly 20 years ago, the supply chain and logistics industry looked very different, as did our world in general. We were in the midst of the dot-com boom, and use of the internet and computers was relatively new. ERPs were just launching, and a typical shipment update occurred when a carrier stopped for gas and called his or her dispatcher. Read More…