The relatively new Port of Prince Rupert achieved 14 percent year-over-year growth last year. CEO Don Krusel discusses the strategy and forecasting that made that possible.
FedEx Trade Network’s John Gazitua on understanding the unique supply chain needs of each customer and responding to regulatory, labor and weather disruptions with increased agility options.
DCLI’s Ross Pignaz on the standalone chassis pool model, strategies for predicting chassis demand, and using technology to meet rapid change in the industry.
Executive Director Roger Guenther discusses investment under way at the Port of Houston to stay ahead of the demand curve, including an $80 million harbor/channel deepening/widening project to handle larger ships and making quick truck-turnaround times a priority.
Elizabeth Finch, FedEx Trade Networks’ Vice President of Global Business Development, discusses the necessity of real-time visibility of goods, on an SKU level, earlier in the supply chain, specifically information around a mistake or kink in the process.