At Flash Global, we work hard, play hard and actively pursue opportunities to step out of our service supply chain comfort zone and give back to the communities where we live all around the world. For Danielle Gomes, an Operational Manager on our LATAM team, participation in events such as… Read entire entry »
While cloud and flash storage are set to dominate the market, the means of information transfer for data storage will evolve throughout 2017. The power of Ethernet connectivity is changing how companies operate, and increasing convergence of existing data storage companies will a drive a power play… Read entire entry »
Our guy Charley Hoffman opened with a 2-under-71 Thursday at the SBS Tournament of Champions, a round that included four birdies in a stretch of seven holes.
Check out this 23-foot chip for birdie at the par-3 8th hole. Two holes later he had the wand working on this slick, downhill 32-footer… Read entire entry »
Our guy Charley Hoffman opened the 2016-17 PGA TOUR season by firing a 3-under-par 69 at the Safeway Open in Napa, California. He sits 7 shots behind the leader, Scott Piercy. Here is the complete leaderboard.
Charley opened on the back side and carded a birdie and eight solid pars. He then… Read entire entry »
Today we pause to honor the passing of Arnold Palmer, a man whose accomplishments on the golf course were surpassed only by his trailblazing efforts in sports marketing. In fact, it’s not too much of a stretch to say the Flash Global-Charley Hoffman partnership was made possible as a result of… Read entire entry »
Flash Global, the world’s preeminent provider of holistic service supply chain solutions and a company steadfastly committed to continuous improvement through its quality management system, passed a recent audit of its ISO 9001:2008 QMS certification.
The audit, conducted by SGS, took place at… Read entire entry »
In light of the terror attack in France earlier this month, the Brazilian government is tightening up Rio Olympics security just as the Summer Games are about to begin in in Rio de Janeiro — and that could lead to major disruption for global supply chains operating in that area, an issue for any… Read entire entry »
U.S. companies that move goods into, out of or through Mexico are about to experience a much greater level of service supply chain flexibility, thanks to a new agreement that will permit an unlimited number of cargo flights between the countries. That will equate to faster service and better rates,… Read entire entry »