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JOC Group Inc. has aggregated, standardized and validated port productivity data for 483 ports and 771 terminals worldwide, with data provided by 17 prominent worldwide carriers. This unique data set can help you benchmark your productivity by port, terminal, ship size range, and call size range, identify issues with berth turn-around times, analyze performance and trends over time and much more!
William Rooney, Kuehne + Nagel vice president, responds to questions about the current slower growth environment and the NVO ability to provide “something broader than rates” as the trans-Pacific trade evolves.
Tissa Wickramasinghe, general manager of Colombo International Container Terminals' marketing and commercial department, explains the strategy behind investments to make Colombo a regional trans-shipment hub.
Port Everglades' CEO and port director Steven Cernak discusses a pilot program for perishables and gives status updates on the port's expansion projects, including possible reason behind the delay of deepening plans.
Norfolk Southern's Randy Bayles, director of international intermodal, on what the West Coast labor uncertainty really means, as well as East Coast capacity-adding measures, short-haul intermodal and inland port projects.
Neely Mallory, president of Mallory Alexander Logistics, and chairman of the Greater Memphis Chamber's Regional Logistics Council, details relocation incentives for Memphis, Tenn., as well as investments in its "four R" attributes — river, rail, runway and road.
FedEx Trade Networks' Janice Prezzato, managing director, marketing and customer experience, discusses customer expectations for international freight forwarders and the value of measurements and transparency.
Bill Clement, CSX Transportation vice president, on misconceptions about intermodal's ability to reach smaller and mid-tier markets, the ease of highway-to-rail cargo conversion and CSX expansions this year.
FedEx Trade Networks President/CEO Jack Muhs on the key components to getting your customers' product in the right network at the right price
Don Krusel, Prince Rupert Port Authority president/CEO, speaks about competitiveness, labor relations and plans for expansion.
Dr. David Deng, China Merchants Holdings Intl. deputy general manager, on the challenge that carrier alliances bring to terminal operators and CMHI's recent projects supporting developing economies in new regions.
Mark Laufer, president/CEO, Laufer Group International, on moving beyond just competing on price, and using a culture of self-improvement, leadership and collaboration to solve complex logistical problems.
Roger Guenther, executive director, Port of Houston Authority, discusses trade lane growth, specifically with Asia and South America, the renaissance in the energy sector, and planning for future expansions at the port.
Dr. Noel Hacegaba, deputy executive director, Port of Long Beach, discusses port productivity and the impact of mega-ships, the role of infrastructure investment, and the need to emphasize system improvements to increase efficiency.
Tom Sproat, senior vice president, Maersk Line, discusses progress on the carrier’s eight-point customer charter, including the role of metrics and dialogue with customers.
Neil Barni, president and founder of CargoSphere, discusses technological solutions to freight rate and contracting challenges in the logistics industry.