Chicago’s first Supply Chain Leadership Council, SINC seeks to improve the efficient movement of goods to stimulate regional economic and business growth through improving infrastructure, developing people, advancing technology, and attracting capital.
SINC is pleased to collaborate with the region's private sector and political leadership to make Chicago the preeminent logistics hub in the U.S.
As a select group of executive leaders
dedicated to achieving tangible results,
SINC will leverage
public policy, collaboration,
awareness building, and business programs
to make Metropolitan Chicago:
The supply chain epicenter
of the United States and globally
A national leader in goods movement,
logistics innovation and advanced manufacturing
A hub where local supply-chain businesses
will exceed national growth rates
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The Supply Chain Innovation Network of Chicago Names Debbie Halvorson as Executive Director
Chicago, IL – The Supply Chain Innovation Network of Chicago (SINC) names Debbie Halvorson as its executive director. An experienced transportation executive, Halvorson has served as the president of American Eagle Logistics for over five years. Prior to that, she served in the U.S. Congress....
SINC Featured in CAGTC's Trade Corridor Bulletin
October 13, 2015
As part of our efforts to engage with our partners, the Coalition for America's Gateways & Trade Corridors (CAGTC), a Washington D.C. based, non-profit trade association, recently published a profile on SINC. We are delighted to be featured in the "New Member Spotlight", which touches a national...
SINC Joins Heavy-Hitter Freight Panel at Will County Center for Economic Development Global Logistics Summit 2015
September 25, 2015
SINC, alongside IDOT Secretary Randall Blankenhorn, CMAP Executive Director Joseph Szabo, and Elaine Nessle, Executive Director of the Coalition for America's Gateways and Trade Corridors (CAGTC). spoke at Will County's premier logistics forum regarding plans, policies, and investments impacting...