"We don't want to take our clean water and clean air for granted," Port Corpus Christi's Director of Planning & Compliance Sarah Garza.
Port Corpus Christi's Danielle Hale, emergency management manager, on the impact of Hurricane Harvey, potential for data sharing, and the department's value as an advocate.
In this podcast, Association of American Railroads President & CEO Ed Hamberger and JOC Senior Content Editor Alessandra Barrett discuss the 2018 outlook for intermodal trade, mitigating extreme cold, exciting technological innovations, and NAFTA, as well as a recap of his commentary published in The Journal of Commerce' Jan. 8 Annual Review & Outlook issue.
Corpus Christi's Sean Strawbridge on post-Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts -- lessons learned as well as the work done with its industrial customer that prevented any environmental incidents from occurring when the Category 4 storm hit. Strawbridge also discussed the significant growth in energy exports, channel deepening, and the infrastructure support Corpus Christi and other ports need from Washington to meet these needs.
Trucking e-log regulations and capacity will be the biggest challenges facing logistics businesses in the US Northeast, says Frank Manfredi. In this short podcast interview, the president of Manfredi Cold Storage details the concerns and best bets for technological solutions.
Port of Long Beach’s Dr. Noel Hacegaba explains how strategies and investments being made in Southern California supports the logistics business of the Northeast.
JOC.com and Massachusetts Port Authority Director Lisa Wieland discuss its recent $42 million FASTLANE grant, channel deepening and modernization plans for Conley Terminal, as well as the general strengths of Boston as a New England logistics option.
Alex Martino, Director of Business Development, ASA Apple on emerging areas of warehousing and distribution growth on the US Northeast including solar power components. In this short JOC.com podcast, he also discusses expectations for so-called 'mega ships' on the Port of New York and New Jersey and implications for the tri-state area.
Inna Kuznetsova, President/COO, INTTRA discusses the art of data analysis and potential areas of supply chain innovation.
JOC.com Senior Content Editor Alessandra Barrett interviews DashHaul's Co-founder and CEO Mike Schreiber about autonomous trucks, automation and the challenges of building a platform to automate outdated processes in supply chain management.
Josh Miller, CTSI Global's vice president of transportation management systems, on increasing the usefulness of your data, pulling information from multiple sources and presenting it in a way that everyone can understand. He discusses important tips to put in place for a solid business intelligence strategy, and where next-generation tech and advanced analytics will take the supply chain industry.
Advent Intermodal's Mike Mayhew on the quest for better supply chain visibility and steps needed in further collaboration and information exchange.
U.S. Bank's Rick Erickson discusses balancing the cost increases of direct-to-consumer shipping and changing marketplace demands with data review, as well as fraud and cyber terrorism prevention.
Kevin Connor, BDP director, on the crossover in technology from the e-commerce retail experience to the logistics industry.
Amber Road's Gary M. Barraco with tips for preparing for supply chain failure due to weather-related, labor, economic and political disruptions.
U.S. Bank's Senior Vice President Jeff Pape gives tips for making the decision to outsource freight payment processing, and maintaining data security as well as high visibility. Pape's discussion with Senior Content Editor Alessandra Barrett also addresses the most common mistakes made with in-house audits, and the No. 1 thing companies need to look at to reduce errors in data overall.
DDC FPO's Madison Jordan discusses ways all companies can reduce errors and gain better data, as well as tips on working successfully with a technology partner. DDC FPO processes 135,000 bills of lading each night and 20 percent of all less-than-truckload bills in the U.S.