With its ongoing effort to become an industry-leading 3PL provider, C.H. Robinson begins its leadership training with students interested in the supply chain industry. At the Rawls College, C.H. Robinson hosted a Supply Chain Breakfast for members of the Tech Supply Chain Association. The breakfast served as an opportunity to network and learn from professionals in the industry.
C.H. Robinson General Manager David Craig also took time to speak with a supply chain class at the college. He discussed current industry trends, challenges of working in supply chain, and his personal experiences in the business. Students had an opportunity to learn from someone who found success after graduation and ask questions about the professional aspect of the industry.
C.H. Robinson also granted scholarships to three supply chain students in the Rawls College. Congratulations to Marcela Haddenham, Justin Turner, and Claire Williams for earning a $1,000 scholarship each, and thank you to C.H. Robinson for your dedication to the advancement of the Rawls College and its students.
About C.H. Robinson
Founded in 1905, C.H. Robinson is one of the world's largest third party logistics (3PL) providers, with 2015 gross revenues of $13.5 billion. They provide freight transportation and logistics, outsource solutions, produce sourcing, and information services to 110,000 customers through a network of offices in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. To meet customers' freight needs, they provide access to 68,000 transportation providers worldwide, including contract motor carriers, railroads, air freight carriers, and ocean carriers. With the service and dedication of 13,159 employees, performance-driven culture, and a proven track record of success, they've built a strong reputation as an industry leader.This supports the efforts outlined in the Rawls College of Business Strategic Plan. Learn more about the LEADER 2020 Strategic Plan and follow our progress on Twitter at #RawlsLeads.