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Greg Riemer — Social Media Strategist- C.H. Robinson

Greg Riemer currently serves as the Social Media Strategist for the Corporate Marketing team at C.H. Robinson. Since joining C.H. Robinson 11 years ago, Greg has worked in the National Account Center coordinating top accounts and the Fargo office managing the LTL team and focusing on outside sales. Recently, he moved to Corporate Marketing where he works with sales and marketing on supply chain strategies and customer communications through social media.

Social Media in Today’s Trucking

Social Media in Today’s Trucking

Social Media in Trucking

With social media continuing to connect the industry, we wanted to repost this content that was first published in 2014.

Are you a driver, operations manager, or safety director of a trucking company? One thing you all likely have in common is the use of social media. The only difference is how you use it. The beauty of social media is that it brings people of the trucking industry together. You can easily join a conversation and voice your opinion. You can get information on hot industry topics. You can even read touching, personal stories of drivers doing good deeds. There are no limits to the amount of information you can share and access through social media.
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- Social Media Strategist- C.H. Robinson

Carriers Weigh In: Staying Connected Through Technology

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What essential technology do you need to run your business? If I had asked you the same question five years ago, would your answer be the same? Did the technology you rely so heavily on today even exist five or ten years ago? We interviewed a few carriers to see what essential technology they valued most in their business today. Their responses varied widely, yet they all had one thing in common. Read More…

- Social Media Strategist- C.H. Robinson

Social Media in Today’s Trucking

Social Media in Today’s Trucking

Social Media in Trucking Are you a driver, operations manager, or safety director of a trucking company? One thing you all likely have in common is the use of social media. The only difference is how you use it. The beauty of social media is that it brings the people of the trucking industry together. You can easily join a conversation and voice your opinion. You can get information on hot industry topics. You can even read touching personal stories of drivers doing good deeds. There are no limits to the amount of information you can share and access through social media.
Read More…

- Social Media Strategist- C.H. Robinson