Podcasts

Podcasts

TPM21 Podcast: Kuehne + Nagel's Marcus Reimann and Blume Global's Pervinder Johar on the heightened call for cargo visibility in landside operations.

Speakers:
Pervindar Johar, CEO, Blume Global, Marcus Reimann, senior vice president, seafreight North America, Kuehne + Nagel
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Beyond TPM: Mark Laufer, owner of logistics service provider Laufer Group International, on how carrier culture has evolved during the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting shipping disruption and why technology and online pricing aren’t going to solve as many problems as the industry would like to believe they will.
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Port Houston Executive Director Roger Guenther discusses a new, gender- and race-conscious procurement program, stepping into the first construction phase of Project 11, and the balancing of import and export cargo in 2021 at the port.
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Brian Kempisty, founder of Port X Logistics, on addressing the multimodal complexities of integrating technology into drayage operations, using APIs to pull information together sooner — while the container is on the water, and defining transparency through equal access to the data.
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Ports America Vice President of Containers, Joe Greco, talks about how technology aids in meeting today's e-commerce expectations.
Chris Elsner, associate director, Executive Briefing Services, IHS Markit, discusses how the unfolding energy transition is affecting investment decisions in the oil and gas industry, and the implications of this for the project cargo sector.
Speakers:
Janet Nodar, Senior Editor, Breakbulk and Project Cargo, JOC, IHS Markit, Chris Elsner, Associate Director, Executive Briefing Services, IHS Markit
Elizabeth Lowe, partner at Venable LLP, analyzes the way force majeure clauses have become increasingly important in the wake of the COVID-19-related upheavals distorting the global shipping market. Force majeure can no longer be an afterthought, Lowe says.
Speakers:
Janet Nodar, Senior Editor, Breakbulk and Project Cargo, JOC, IHS Markit, Elizabeth Lowe, Partner, Venable LLP
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Stephen Edwards, CEO of The Port of Virginia, on stepping into this role at a challenging moment for ports worldwide, his perspective on cargo shifts away from West Coast ports, and the role ports can play in facilitating a movement toward greater, holistic data access that translates into pattern analysis and user/fluidity improvements.
Speakers:
Stephen Edwards, CEO, The Port of Virginia

Out of Gauge, Ep. 1: Charlie Papavizas, partner and chair of the maritime practice at Winston and Strawn, discusses the complexities and requirements of the Jones Act as it relates to the offshore wind industry, which is in its infancy in the United States but poised to grow exponentially.

Speakers:
Janet Nodar, Senior Editor, Breakbulk and Project Cargo, JOC, IHS Markit, Charlie Papavizas, Partner and Chair, Maritime Practice, Winston and Strawn
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CenterPoint Properties' Bob Andrews, discusses the role e-commerce and cargo surges have had on the West Coast industrial real estate market, what it would take for Los Angeles and other land-limited locations to shift to multistory warehousing, and market predictions.

Speakers:
Bob Andrews, Senior Vice President, CenterPoint Properties
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CN Vice President of Intermodal Dan Bresolin discuses leveraging rapid growth of lesser used gateways, intermodal growth predictions for 2022, and the entering into a new era of carrier and BCO partnership.

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Monica Truelsch of Infor talks about how a deeper consumer understanding of the supply chain contribute to an economy that benefits all participants and not merely the end consumer.

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After a banner year in 2020, with the largest container growth in the country, PhilaPort is leveraging a warehousing and distribution center expansion, diverse cargo mix, and $2 billion in infrastructure improvements to become a port of choice on the East Coast.

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"Efficiency equals savings," reminds Port Tampa Bay Chief Commercial Officer and EVP Raul Alfonso in this interview on the importance of northbound cargo, diversity of investment, and the role of the I-4 Corridor in Central Florida's expanding potential as a freight hub.

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Monica Truelsch of Infor talks about the importance of a more holistic supply chain and how the convergence of supply chain technologies with inventory planning, procurement, and customer service will provide the next great opportunities for companies to increase value.

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Like ports across North America, the Montreal Port Authority is working to increase capacity. Its new Contrecoeur Container Terminal, being built 40 kilometers downstream from the MPA facilities in Montreal, will host the port’s future growth. Vice President Paul Bird talks about the planning, financing, permitting, and construction of this rare greenfield project.

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Ashlee Williams and James Kwan of IHS Markit explore how technology transforms cumbersome manual processes and provides visibility in maritime, looking at ways accurate, complete, and validated data generated for reporting purposes can also provide a way to explore new business opportunities and enable community and cooperation within the industry.

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Breakthrough Chief Operating Officer Heather Mueller on procurement strategy, change management, uncovering new opportunities, and leveraging data to create robust shipper-carrier relationships that can respond nimbly to challenges ahead.

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Doctor Noel Hacegaba, deputy executive director and chief operating officer for the Port of Long Beach offers a local perspective on the impact of COVID-19 on the southern California supply chain. He gives an inside look at the extraordinary collaboration among Long Beach’s shippers, shipping lines, and marine terminal operators and discusses how one of the United States’ busiest ports went from “doom and gloom to fast and furious” in 2020.

 


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Mason George, president of national accounts at IMC Companies, discusses how phantom moves and current box rules reduce productivity for truck drivers, and examines the pandemic's impact on an already concerning labor shortage.