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.

Tech Trends 2014: An Analyst’s View

Simon Ellis Q&A

Keeping track of the latest technological developments can seem like an impossible task in today’s fast-changing commercial environment. Yet you need to stay abreast of developments given the increasing influence of technology on competitiveness.

To help you anticipate what might be coming down the pike in 2014, we asked well-known industry analyst Simon Ellis to look into his crystal ball. Here is his snapshot of important trends in the coming year. Read More…

Reflections on an Eventful Year


It hardly seems possible that we’re quickly closing in on the end of 2012 and moving into 2013.   This year, our blog following has grown and we’ll top out at 50 total posts for the year.  As we exit 2012, let’s take a look at the posts that captured the most interest in this year.

Below is a list of the top ten TMC blog posts published in 2012 in terms of page views.  Hot topics ranged from procurement to global issues to shipper and carrier relationships.  Read More…

Ten Factors to Make the Most of Your Managed Services RFP


Although managed services solutions are gaining ground, we find that many shippers are still unsure about how to go about sourcing this class of transportation management system (TMS).  Managed services solutions offer TMS technology combined with personnel—seasoned transportation experts adept at getting the most out of a TMS.  Finding a provider that has both the technical capabilities and expertise – as well as aligns with your organizational culture and strategy – can seem like a daunting undertaking.   Read More…