Shannon Glunk

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

About the Author

Shannon Glunk — Marketing Manager

Shannon serves as Marketing Manager for C.H. Robinson. Prior to her current role, Shannon served as Manager, Marketing for TMC, a division of C.H. Robinson. Shannon brings over 10 years experience in marketing, TMS sales, and transportation management operations. Shannon has a BA in Marketing from Miami University.

Top Posts of 2017: Disruptions, Technology, and Supply Chain Trends

top_blogs_2017Technology and innovation drove many conversations in the global logistics and supply chain industry in 2017. Those topics reigned among the top posts here on Connect, too—as did posts about managing supply chain disruption and global shipping projections. As we hit restart and begin a new year, take a moment to revisit the top posts—and top supply chain trends—of 2017.

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Top Connect Blog Posts of 2015: TMS for SMBs, Millennials, and Shipper Collaboration

Connect Top Blogs 2015

2015 was quite the eventful year at TMC, as well as the industry in general. Technological innovations are developing at a rapid pace, bringing new challenges and opportunities. Throughout the changes, we’ve sought to consistently bring you, our Connect readers, relevant and useful content. Navigating an increasingly complex marketplace can be difficult, and we’re here to help. Read More…

A Simple, Affordable TMS for Small- and Mid-Sized Shippers

Freightview_ConnectCloud-based transportation management system (TMS) technology isn’t new to the logistics industry, yet for a long time, TMS technology development has been focused on mid- to large-sized shippers. Until now, that is. A few weeks ago, C.H. Robinson formally introduced Freightview™, an online freight management platform that cuts the time and money small- to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) spend on freight shipping by streamlining quoting, booking, tracking, and reporting.

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As Soccer Rolls into the Spotlight, So do Supply Chains

As Soccer Rolls into the Spotlight, So do Supply Chains


I started playing my first real sport, soccer (or football, for anyone outside of the U.S.), when I was five. To be competitive, you need to be aggressive, agile, and seize every chance to engage with the ball. And since I was not very aggressive and wanted to avoid contact with the ball at all costs, I left soccer behind in favor of gymnastics at age seven. Read More…