Transplace collaborates with a range of business partners to provide best-in-class technologies and services to our customers. We also sponsor supply chain programs for a number of major universities, lending our expertise at events and keeping in close contact with logistics professionals of the future.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business organization representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions. Our members range from mom-and-pop shops and local chambers to leading industry associations and large corporations. They all share one thing in common—they count on the Chamber to be their voice in Washington, D.C.
The SmartWay Transport Partnership is a collaborative program developed by the EPA and the United States freight industry to reduce greenhouse gases and air pollution, and to promote cleaner, more efficient surface freight transportation systems. SmartWay brings together freight shippers, motor and rail carriers, logistics services companies and industry associations committed to improving their environmental performance. Transplace was one of only 27 companies and organizations selected from SmartWay’s more than 1,000 partners to receive the EPA’s Excellence award. Further, Transplace was one of only three select 3PLs to receive this designation.
CombineNet is the advanced sourcing technology company. CombineNet's ASAP product (Advanced Sourcing Application Platform) is an optimization-driven Software as a Service (SaaS) solution that helps customers deliver the absolute best total cost of goods and services based on their unique business needs. For 10 years, CombineNet has delivered more than $6 billion in bottom-line savings for businesses worldwide across all industries and spend areas. Through the partnership with Transplace, the companies offer a combination of the proven implementation processes and vast market knowledge delivered by Transplace's Transportation Procurement Consulting Services, coupled with the power of CombineNet's advanced sourcing technologies. The result is best-in-class consulting and technology solutions. For more information, visit www.combinenet.com.
TMAC delivers training and hands-on technical assistance to a wide range of businesses, including manufacturing, government, and health care. We have a wide array of services that improve efficiency, quality, and productivity. Focus areas include Lean Enterprise, technology solutions, strategic management, quality systems, environment and safety.
Over twenty years ago, The Pennsylvania State University recognized the need for a forum where industry leaders and academics could exchange ideas and advance knowledge in business logistics. In 1989, as the logistics profession was just gaining prominence, the Center for Logistics Research was founded to serve the needs of this growing community. Today, the Center for Supply Chain Research (CSCR) is member strong and intellectually active in many facets of supply chain management and the enabling technologies used for collaboration, visibility, and integration. The CSCR mission is to offer the supply chain profession our very best in research, education programs, symposia, benchmarking, and workshops for executive management and leadership. It is also to support Penn State and the Smeal College of Business in achieving research and education excellence in supply chain and information systems while integrating the college into the broader business community.
The Center for Logistics Education and Research is a private and university-funded center within the Department of Marketing and Logistics in the College of Business (COB) at the University of North Texas (UNT).The Center for Logistics Education and Research is a private not-for-profit foundation committed to excellence in logistics education. The Center for Logistics Education and Research establishes a partnership between businesses and the academic community designed to advance the study and practice of logistics and supply chain management in Texas, nationally and globally.
The Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) at Georgia Tech provides global leadership for research and education in supply chain engineering. We define "Supply Chain Engineering" as the application of scientific principles to optimize the design and integration of supply chain processes, infrastructure, technology and strategy. While SCL has resources and programs in supply chain management, its primary focus is on development of new tools for analysis, design and management of logistics processes, and new concepts and strategies for the practice of supply chain engineering.
The Supply Chain Management Research Center serves as a direct link between the private sector and the University of Arkansas supply chain resources. It sponsors activities that promote both the academic and general body of knowledge encompassing supply chain management. It also supports student-focused activities centered on recruitment, retention and graduation.