Free CSCMP EDGE Pass Gets You a Sneak Peek of Our Sustainability Study

September 11, 2020

How can you improve your supply chain sustainability performance?

To answer that question and more, Coyote conducted an independent research study into what some of the world's leading shippers have to say about current and future sustainability focuses. In partnership with Martec, we surveyed hundreds of supply chain and sustainability professionals from across North America and Europe.

To preview this research, on September 21 at 10:30am CDT, Coyote's Senior Vice President of Coyote Transportation Management (CTM) will share a sneak peek of our findings at CSCMP EDGE with his presentation entitled "Driving a Smarter, More Sustainable Supply Chain."


As a proud sponsor of the CSCMP EDGE conference, we are thrilled to provide our network with complimentary ($590 value) passes to attend the event, when using coupon code: SPGC-COY


Can't attend CSCMP EDGE? Register for our free Digital Summit.

Later this month, Coyote and UPS will present the full sustainability research findings at the Coyote Logistics Digital Summit, a free virtual event designed to solve some of the most complex problems in our industry.

Through live and on-demand sessions, this Summit is designed to empower supply chain professionals like you from around the world with the knowledge you need to drive your business forward.

This two-day virtual experience takes place on Wednesday, September 30th and Thursday, October 1st, and will include over 35 speakers from The Coyote Collective – a new industry forum that includes leaders from Coyote Logistics, UPS Supply Chain Solutions, Consumer Brands Association, Accenture, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), Armstrong & Associates and more. 

View the full lineup and register today.


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