Cherry Hill, NJ
Jeff Kanterman, NFI’s Vice President of Transportation Management, will speak at the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) Supply Chain Conference with popular international convenience store operator, 7-Eleven. The presentation, “Take Control of Your Supply Chain,” will take place Monday, February 13th with 7-Eleven’s Logistics Director, Carl Weaver, at the Gaylord Palm Resort and Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.
The session delves into NFI’s supply chain solution for the convenience store customer, allowing 7-Eleven to gain better control of its supply chain by implementing a transportation management program and overarching best practices. The solution led to cost efficiencies and streamlined transportation operations.
“The session allows attendees to gain a perspective on how collaboration and implementing best practices can improve vendor management,” said Kanterman. “NFI creates uniquely engineered solutions that best fit the company’s needs and this partnership is a great example of that.”
Beginning as a transportation company in 1932, NFI has grown into a $1/3 billion end-to-end supply chain solutions provider with expertise in retail and many other industries. NFI’s brokerage and transportation management services have experienced tremendous growth across North America. These services are complemented by NFI’s 2,600 company drivers, operating a dedicated transportation fleet of 2,200 tractors and 8,200 trailers. NFI provides consistent capacity with asset and non-asset based transportation solutions, paired services such as cross-docking and warehousing to develop the optimum supply chain solution.
Visit NFI at the RILA Supply Chain Conference in exhibit booth 529. Click here for more information on the conference session and RILA.
NFI is a fully-integrated North American supply chain solutions provider headquartered in Camden, N.J. Privately held by the Brown family since 1932, the company generates more than $3.9 billion in annual revenue and employs over 16,800 associates. NFI owns and operates more than 70 million square feet of warehouse space alongside a dedicated fleet of 5,000 tractors and 14,300 trailers. By 2023, NFI will operate the first 100% zero-emission drayage fleet, leading the transition to zero-emission goods movement in the United States. NFI’s relentless innovation and unparalleled service deliver logistics solutions that transform the way business gets done. The company’s business lines include dedicated transportation, warehousing and distribution, ecommerce fulfillment, brokerage, transportation management, port drayage, intermodal, global logistics, and industrial real estate. For more information about NFI, visit www.nfiindustries.com or call 1-877-NFI-3777.