ALAN

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AcronymDefinition
ALANArtificial Light at Night
ALANAssembly on Literature for Adolescents (Special-Interest Group of the National Council of Teachers of English)
ALANAmerican Logistics Aid Network (emergency response)
ALANAcoustic Local Area Network
ALANAnimal Legislative Action Network (political action committee)
ALANAlanian [Old Ossetic] (linguistics)
ALANAircraft Landing Authorization Number (DOT)
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THE AMERICAN LOGISTICS AID NETWORK (ALAN) coordinated generous offerings from companies throughout the logistics industry to support recovery efforts, most notably in the wake of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Jose.
Jock Menzies, president of the American Logistics Aid Network, does his part to help by grouping these networks together in a central, online location.
Some of those helping out included the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN), an organization that serves as a primary point of industry contact for disaster relief support; UPS contributed $1 million to support earthquake relief efforts through the UPS Foundation, its charitable arm; FedEx collaborated with designated charitable relief organizations to help ensure that aid was on the way, as well as provide transportation services for the American Red Cross, Heart to Heart International, Direct Relief International, and Water Missions; and Crowley Maritime Corporation reported that it's ready to ship emergency supplies and needed cargo as soon as port conditions allow.
THE AMERICAN LOGISTICS AID NETWORK (ALAN) has compiled a list of needs for ongoing hurricane recovery.
THE AMERICAN LOGISTICS AID NETWORK (ALAN) marked its 10-year anniversary at the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals' (CSCMP) recent annual conference in San Diego, Calif.
Following several deadly tornadoes across the central United States in April, the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) has been coordinating support services offered by warehousing and transportation companies.
Jock" Menzies III, co-founder and former president of the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN), who passed away in 2013.
According to IWLA leaders, the decision to re-title the award on behalf of John T "Jock" Menzies III, co-founder and former president of the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN), came naturally.
THE AMERICAN LOGISTICS AID NETWORK (ALAN) recently hosted an exercise to examine the readiness and capacity of supply chain networks in an emergency.
In addition, Nofsinger was integral to MHIA's current and ongoing participation as a founding member of the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN).
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