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chain solutions.

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and beyond -- to find creative solutions to even the most
complex challenges, and we're managing change and information in the supply chain to help our customers achieve their goals.

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DSC Transportation VP participates in MercuryGate User Conference

Dale Carpenter, DSC Logistics Vice President, Transportation, participated in a panel presentation at the recent MercuryGate User Conference in New Orleans.

In the session, “Getting to the Next Phase of the Implementation,” Dale, Matt Clark, Director of Transportation at Continental Logistics, and Geoff Milsom, Director, enVista, a supply chain consulting and IT services firm and primary integrator of MercuryGate TMS, addressed the topic of extending the value of MercuryGate’s Transportation Management System (TMS) post-implementation. Dale and Matt discussed their experiences as MercuryGate TMS users partnering with a consultant on additional implementation phases, integration, process change and improvement of the tool. More

DSC Logistics marks 25 years in health care supply chain management, announces VAWD accreditations

DSC Logistics is proud to share information about the company’s 25th year in managing health care distribution networks for medical device, pharmaceutical, specialty pharma and consumer care companies. A key part of our success is based on our vigilance in monitoring and managing state and federal licensing and regulatory requirements.  more

1.  Going through a merger or an acquisition
2.  Starting up a supply chain
3.  Outsourcing for the first time
4.  Entering a new market or new location
5.  Meeting special customer demands
6.  Keeping up with business growth
7.  Needing faster, more or different information
8.  Looking for a broader solution
9.  Eliminating inefficiencies
10.  Increasing flexibility