We’ve mentioned the partnership opportunities for 3PLs and the movie industry before (It’s Show Time for 3PLs), but today I want to plug Evans Distribution Systems (just a little) for another way we would like to work with the movie industry in Michigan. The Michigan Film Office has been supporting media industries for about 30 years now, […]
The troubles of school districts across the country have been prevalent in the media during the 2009-2010 school year. Here in Michigan both large and small districts alike have been hit hard and many of these districts will be closings schools in the coming weeks for good (or at least until enrollment and/or budgets increase). […]
The year was 1994 when a young couple decided to purchase their first SUV, a Jeep Grand Cherokee. The SUV craze was just getting started then and I remember the Jeep was the hottest vehicle on the market. Last week I visited Chrysler’s Jefferson North Assembly Plant in Detroit, Michigan for the launch of the 2011 […]
Lost in the debate in what has become the latest battleground between the State of Michigan and the Detroit International Bridge Company over who will build the new bridge between Detroit and Windsor, is HB4961 and the fact that this legislation, if enacted, can help to solve Michigan’s troubled transportation funding situation.
I just heard yet another story in our local papers about a tragic death due to illegal electrical hook-ups the other day, and after thinking more about this I came up with a (somewhat off the wall) idea for how we might be able to solve this problem in the future. For far too long […]
As the years drag on and the battle between the State of Michigan and the current owner of the Ambassador Bridge shows no sign of ending, I can’t help thinking about how a key competitive edge for the logistics industry in the State of Michigan continues to be delayed into the next decade.