CEDA speakers discuss science of logistics

As the Churchill Economic Development Authority‘s new executive director, Nathan Strong knows the importance logistics plays in the everyday movement of goods.

 

“We need to know the moving parts of our economy,” he told guests at the recent CEDA Business Council’s breakfast before they heard how logistics and transportation help local businesses.

 

Darryl Bader, chief operating officer at ITS Logistics in Sparks and Greg Moon with Dairy Farmers of America in Fallon discussed the role of logistics. ITS Logistics provides services to the local DFA dry milk plant by moving their final product to market.

 

“Logistics is moving anything to anywhere,” said Bader, who along with two friends — Dan Allen and Jeff Lynch — began ITS in 1999. “It’s been a fun ride. Sometimes up, sometimes down. With logistics, we follow the economy.”

 

Not only is it a local company, but it has also expanded its operation out-of state.

 

Read more at The Nevada Appeal: “CEDA speakers discuss science of logistics”