Top Social Media Interactions for 2016

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2016 brought a social media refresh for the MD Logistics Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages.

In addition to delivering hitting industry news, we also shared a unique look into our culture here at MD. We debuted MDL Monday’s on Facebook, introducing our followers to the faces behind our supply chain and their original perspectives on MD, their individual contribution, and how their supply chain view might have changed since they started working at MD. Last year we also published a new white paper unveiling the unique leadership training and development program we have here at MD, and how investing in our staff has and will continue to pay dividends. Below we have highlighted our top tweet, status update, and post. Be sure to follow MD Logistics on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to stay up to date on all company specific, and industry current events.

Top Tweet

How Hurricane Matthew is impacting retail – and how retailers are responding.

The most dangerous storm to hit the Atlantic Coast in years is bearing down fast. From emergency supply shortages to logistics disruptions, the ripple effect is already being felt. Read more.

Top Facebook Post

MDL Monday’s were a new initiative for 2016, one that was handled well externally, as well as internally. Get to know Megan Stoy, Kenny Hughes, Nick Gioconda, and Keith Gribble and see what they each had to say about their time spent, thus far, at MD!

Top LinkedIn

White Paper: How Leadership Training can Improve Company Culture

Third-party logistics (3PL) providers, like most companies, are focused on results. However, all reputable 3PL providers understand that an investment in training its warehouse operations’ employees is a necessary cost of doing business. Certifications for employees driving fork trucks, using RF guns to scan in product, and operating pick to light systems are mandatory to ensure the safety of employees and that the job is completed correctly. Read More.