Jordan Kass

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

About the Author

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.

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…

Smart Mobility Projects: Shaping the Future of Logistics

smart mobilityGroundbreaking approaches to logistics management are being developed in urban centers around the world. There are multiple factors at play that are driving the latest technology innovations, including increased demand, supply chain complexity, longer and shorter supply chains, multi-leg shipments, rapid fire replenishment, final mile, and the overall trend of urbanization. Read More…

Future of Logistics Takes Center Stage in 2017

SelfDrivingIn January, I attended the Transportation Research Board’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C. with Jason Craig, C.H. Robinson’s director of government affairs. While a variety of issues were discussed, the hottest topic across transportation policy professionals was new technology that could dramatically shape the future of logistics: autonomous vehicles (AV) and their potential implications on society and transportation. Three themes seem to be emerging around AV in freight transportation:

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Three Ways Government Can Champion IoT-Wired Supply Chains

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is rewiring supply chains, yet we are only at the beginning of this journey. As innovation gains speed, there are broad supply chain issues that governments need to address in order to take full advantage of the incredible opportunities that lie ahead.
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