Findlay Bulk Freight Services 2

In this multimedia case, Neil Findlay, owner of Findlay Bulk Freight Services describes a moral dilemma faced by his company. Clients that deal in organic foods have strict requirements that truckers are expected to abide by. On one occasion the company found itself with an empty truck following a delivery in a remote rural location. An organic freight opportunity arose at the last moment. Findlay and his team were faced with the decision of whether to put organic freight on this truck after a prohibited load or not.

Interviewee

Neil Findlay

Company

Industry

Business Activity

Findlay Bulk Freight Services 

Trucking

Transportation and Storage

Headquarters

Darling Downs, Australia

Size

Medium

Employees

25 to 500

$1 million to $25 million

Yearly Revenue

Private Company

Type of Entity

Subject

Operations

Level of Difficulty

Medium

Enhance logistics knowledge

Teaching Objectives

Keywords

Logistics

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