Videos

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.
Carlos Martinez-Tomatis, division vice president of ABF Global, sees 2014 as a challenging year for NVOCCs in the trans-Pacific.
Stephane Rambaud, senior vice president at C.H. Robinson, discusses the integration of Phoenix International, which the logistics firm acquired in 2012, the company's consolidation services, and the challenges of volatility in the trans-Pacific trade.
James Hertwig, president and CEO of the Florida East Coast Railway, discusses the railroad’s preparations for the opening of the expansion of the Panama Canal, through projects at the Port of Miami, Port Everglades and the South Florida Logistics Center.
Jason Bergman, Damco’s vice president of strategic sales for North America, discusses how supply chain procurement has changed and increased in complexity, Damco's focus on the global market, and the challenge of commoditization of some services.
Curtis Foltz, executive director of Georgia Ports Authority, talks about the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project and other investments the authority is making in infrastructure to prepare not only for mega-ships, but also for increased volumes of trade.
Adam Roth, director of NAI Global Logistics, discusses projected changes in capacity, especially in trucking; rapid growth in Mexico and the transportation network for moving cargo from that nation; rising use of intermodal and railroads; and anticipated increases in the cost of transportation versus the cost of real estate.
Al Moro, acting executive director of the Port of Long Beach, discusses growth prospects for 2014, what sets the port apa
Electronics manufacturer Voxx International through its Sea-Truck program has successfully eliminated virtually all air freight and millions in cost from its supply chain.
Canadian National Railway CEO and President Claude Mongeau tells the JOC's 2014 TPM conference in Long Beach that the railroad is looking to build more resiliency into its network as it grapples with delays caused by the severest winter in decades.
In a keynote speech delivered March 3 at the JOC’s 14th annual TPM conference, Frederick W. Smith, the chairman, president and CEO of global transport operator FedEx, condemned the increase in trade barriers in the wake of the Great Recession of 2008-9.
In the fifth part of “Inside the Box Terminal,” Global Terminals’ Rich Ceci updates progress toward the expansion’s April 16 completion date — and discusses the impact of winter weather.
Acting Long Beach Port Director Al Moro talks about the ambitious projects to prepare the port for the big new container ships that are calling there. POLB and private investors are providing billions of dollars to build new rail lines and a huge automated container terminal, as well as to replace the Gerald Desmond Bridge, which is too low for the new ships.

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