Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota
This report summarizes the 17th Annual Freight and Logistics Symposium, held in Minneapolis on December 6, 2013: Keynote by Rosalyn Wilson; "Third-Party Logistics and Speed of Change" presented by Meg Duncan; "Capacity, Efficiency, and Public-Private Partnerships" presented by Tim Thoma; "Manufacturers' Perspectives on the Transportation System: A Pilot Study" presented by Frank Douma; a panel titled "Supply Chain Challenges—Implications for the Transportation System" with panelists Jason Craig, Randy Brown, Chip Smith, and Louis Jambois.
Statement on page 1: The seamless and uninhibited flow of goods from manufacturers and markets to those who want them—the “gravity” of logistics—depends on infrastructure that can support and sustain economic growth.
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17th Annual Freight and Logistics Symposium: The Gravity of Logistics.
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