Jennifer Smith at the Wall Street Journal reports that Dockworkers to Resume Contract Talks with East, Gulf Coast Ports. Contract negotiation talks stalled in December and begun again, with a September 2018 deadline. Ms. Smith wrote, “The talks are being rekindled after pressure from shippers and businesses whose supply chains face disruption if port operations should slow or shut down during the fall peak shipping season. Groups that represent retail, food and beverage, agriculture and logistics operators sent a letter last week urging both sides to resume negotiations and threatening to reroute shipments to West Coast ports as a contingency plan.” We will keep our eye on it and report on any updates.
Argon & Co North America is on the move in the next few weeks. We will be at Ops Summit 2018 and partner Steve Mulaik is speaking during a Breakfast Roundtable and a Session. We hope to see you there. Visit us at Booth #123 for a chance to win a pair of Apple AirPods®!
Wednesday, April 4, 8am-8:50am
Breakfast Roundtable: WMS, WCS, WES: Sorting It All Out
Join Crimson & Co partner Steve Mulaik for a casual and open discussion about WMS, WCS and WES. Question about your specific situation? Not a problem in this well-received small group setting. This popular roundtable session is being returned from last year because of popularity. So grab your coffee and breakfast and pull up a chair.
Wednesday, April 4, 11:30am-12:20pm
Session: WMS 3.0: Benefit from the Biggest Changes in 20 Years
Steve Mulaik, Partner, Crimson & Co, Dayna Johnson, Vice President, Fulfillment Operations, Uniform Advantage, Aaron Wilcox, Vice President of Operations, Stella & Dot.
As of September 8, 2020, Crimson & Co (formerly The Progress Group/TPG) has rebranded as Argon & Co following the successful merger with Argon Consulting in April 2018.