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Translinked - Detroit's Regional Supply Chain Value Proposition Presentation
Translinked - Detroit's Regional Supply Chain Value Proposition Presentation
Translinked - Detroit's Regional Supply Chain Value Proposition Presentation
Translinked - Detroit's Regional Supply Chain Value Proposition Presentation
Translinked - Detroit's Regional Supply Chain Value Proposition Presentation
Translinked - Detroit's Regional Supply Chain Value Proposition Presentation
Translinked - Detroit's Regional Supply Chain Value Proposition Presentation
Translinked - Detroit's Regional Supply Chain Value Proposition Presentation
Translinked - Detroit's Regional Supply Chain Value Proposition Presentation
Translinked - Detroit's Regional Supply Chain Value Proposition Presentation
Translinked - Detroit's Regional Supply Chain Value Proposition Presentation
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Presentation made at the Translinked Supply Chain Forum: The Region’s Value Proposition on February 29, 2012 by Carolyn Gawlik, Senior Director, Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Program

Presentation made at the Translinked Supply Chain Forum: The Region’s Value Proposition on February 29, 2012 by Carolyn Gawlik, Senior Director, Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Program

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  • 1. The Region’s Supply Chain Value Proposition February 29, 2012 Carolyn Gawlik
  • 2. “Value Proposition” Means…• A solution to a customer’s problem Examples: • Increasing performance • Reducing cost • Reducing risk • “Getting the job done” better
  • 3. Determining the Value Proposition• MSU & DRC regional logistics workshops – Received broad input from: • Academics • Businesses • Economic developers • Public sector
  • 4. Developing the Business Case• One-on-one meetings with: – Shippers – Carriers – Freight forwarders – Trade associations
  • 5. Freight Study• Current state and forecast• How we stack up• Opportunities to grow
  • 6. Talent and Workforce• Employer needs assessment• Education and training program inventory• Workforce Intelligence Network engagement
  • 7. Models for Success• Atlanta• Columbus• Halifax• Kansas City
  • 8. Regional Supply Chain market accessValue Proposition competitive modes total cost location industry value infrastructure training reliability programs talent experienced capacity professionals
  • 9. Next Steps locationindustry infrastructure talent
  • 10. Measuring Success Total landed cost Border Freight crossing volume times Jobs and Investment FTZ Freight activity value Warehouse capacity utilized
  • 11. Why It Matters"How a city plugs into the world economy of advancedproducer services could impact local growth patterns...it couldinfluence a citys economic prospects...it could help shapewhat types of households a city attracts and retains. In short,global connectivity has become another urban barometer - anew statistic that helps reveal the health and strength of citiesand regions.” -Peter J. Taylor and Robert E. Lang, Brookings Institution

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