PLS Logistics Services Speaks to Temple Students About Supply Chain Industry


CRANBERRY TWP., PA (Mar. 7, 2019) — The CEO of PLS Logistics visited Temple University from February 28 to March 1 to speak to supply chain and business students about the supply chain and sales industry.

Greg Burns, the President, Chairman, and CEO of PLS Logistics spoke to Temple students last week during a supply chain class about the challenges and opportunities in the industrial transportation industry. Temple University students were able to interact with Burns and ask questions about both PLS and the logistics industry. The supply chain presentation was followed by a networking happy hour event that evening at the Draught Horse in north Philadelphia to give students a chance to interact with recruiters, top account executives at PLS and a CEO within the industry.

While on campus, Burns also met with Temple’s Professional Sales Organization (PSO) and spoke to business students about the best practices in a competitive sales environment. Burns spoke on his past experiences and gave tips on how someone in the sales industry today can be successful in a very competitive and flooded environment.

If you are interested in having Burns come visit campus, please contact Kelsey Magilton at kmagilton@ for more information.

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PLS Logistics Services is a leading provider of logistics management, brokerage, and technology services for shippers across all industries. PLS handles millions of loads annually across all major freight modes: flatbed, van, LTL, rail and barge, air and ocean. The PLS carrier network consists of over 45,000 pre-qualified trucking companies along with Class-1 railroads and major barge companies. To learn more visit

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