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
Streamlined Truck Permitting
for oversized/overweight trucks throughout Chicagoland.
in technology and finance for the transportation, distribution, and logistics industry
SINC’s Board of Directors is comprised exclusively of owners and senior executives of private sector TDL companies or businesses serving the supply chain. SINC is an IRS recognized tax exempt and charitable 501(c)3 organization. The financial commitment for Board status is $15,000 annually.
In addition to Board status, other companies help finance operations and programs by making tax-deductible, charitable contributions. The level of financial commitment resides with the discretion of the individual company. There are two forms of membership contribution:
Members – Make annual contributions ranging from $1,000 - $15,000.
Steering Committee Members – Steering Committee members sponsor select initiatives and assist in guiding the initiative. Contributions range from $1,000 - $50,000.
If you wish to become a member or have specific questions regarding membership, please contact
Joanna Jungels, Permit Manager,ATS Anderson, Inc. Navigating the permitting process from the perspective of a frequent user with multi-state operations Presentation
Joe Ponder, Central Permitting System & Wayne Vlk, Assistant County Engineer,Winnebago County, IL Discussion of the implementation & success since introducing streamlined truck permitting in 2003 Presentation
TDL related events hosted by our partners, professional organizations, and educational institutions.
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