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Noelle and Chris are back on the pod talking all things grocery and CPG trends. From which pandemic-related consumer behaviors are temporary vs. here to stay to the future of national grocery chains. Not to mention they talk groundhogs (yep), Kim Kardashian, and the NY Mets. Want to be on the next episode or have a topic you like us to cover? Inbox us at email@example.com
Your favorite co-hosts, Chris Baum and Noelle Taylor are back covering a full range of topics from port to door services, vaccines at truck stops in Tennessee to drop trailers. Oh, there's a guest! Todd is on the podcast for a very quick 30-second segment. For more info check out our website www.taylorlogistics.com and follow us on all your favorite social media platforms.
Chris Baum and Noelle Taylor discuss an ideal third-party logistics team, complete with packaging, shipping, IT integration, eCommerce, and transportation experts. They dive into how Taylor is different from other 3PL's, the Taylor "sauce," applying a fast-food business model, and strategies and trends they are seeing from their customer base. www.taylorlogistics.com | Instagram
It's our longest episode yet! It makes total sense because Chris Baum and Noelle Taylor are wrapping up the entire year. They're covering everything from eCommerce production lines to the largest seasonal project in Taylor history.
Over the past couple of weeks, our operations, IT, and superuser teams have been working vigorously to transition five distribution centers into eCommerce centers. This was a massive undertaking for our team because; e-commerce granted customers can break open cases, which was an entirely new process for us.
Customer relations coordinator, Rhonda Mettey discusses how our transportation logistics processes have changed throughout the years. The bumps and hurdles Taylor has overcome to become the Nation’s Most Progressive Family Owned Logistics Company.