HunterMaclean and the Center of Innovation for Logistics partnered to present the second annual Savannah Logistics Lunch on Thursday, July 21, at the Armstrong Center. Georgia Department of Economic Development Commissioner Chris Carr and Center of Innovation for Logistics Director Jannine Miller gave opening remarks followed by a keynote panel on Technology and Transportation.
Panelists Brandon Tatom (Strategic Sales Executive at C.H. Robinson), Professor Chip White (Schneider National Chair of Transportation & Logistics at Georgia Institute of Technology), Kent Williams (Regional Vice President at Averitt Express), Gordon Hammer (General Manager of Client Relations Center, Georgia Ports Authority), and Chris Jones (Executive Vice President of Marketing and Services at Descartes) discussed technologies that are being implemented locally and regionally to increase safety, operational efficiency, and client service. The panel was moderated by HunterMaclean Logistics Team Leader Chris “Smitty” Smith.