At CCJ Symposium, Steve Sashihara Leads Discussion about Disruptive Tech
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Outlook Brightens for Small Carriers
"Steve Sashihara...also suggested that the fragmented nature of the trucking industry – especially the long-haul sector – could benefit smaller carriers as well."
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Steve Sashihara Discusses Big Data and Transportation
In Sean Kilcarr of Fleet Owner's examination of the flood of data hitting transportation companies, Princeton TMX Chairman Steve Sashihara asserts that there is "a real revolution in manufacturing, distribution, and therefore transportation."
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Port Townsend Paper Company Selects Princeton TMX
The newest Princeton TMX user will be Port Townsend, Wash.-based Port Townsend Paper Co. (PTPC). PTPC produces pulp, paper, containerboard, and specialty products by blending virgin and recycled fibers at its mill. The company recycles one-third of all of the cardboard in the state of Washington.
"Our network is expanding because we have added new facilities—creating more transportation decisions every day," said Ed Barnes, PTPC's procurement and transportation manager. "We selected Princeton TMX because we were very impressed with its ability help us improve our processes by automating many aspects of our transportation management."
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