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Sponsored: Ocean carriers are enjoying their new position on top of the heap, says Laufer Group’s Mark Laufer, while BCOs are doing everything they can to cement relationships.
Sponsored: CN's Senior Vice President of Consumer Products Keith Reardon discusses the evolution of cold chain technology, leveraging new data points to maintain infrastructure safety and improve reliability.
Sponsored: Maersk is moving steadily toward its goal of becoming the global integrator of container logistics.
Sponsored: To create predictability, contracts need more clarity in what is agreed upon and a third-party review of how these contracts have been executed by both the carrier and shipper, says Jesper Praestensgaard, chairman of NYSHEX.
Sponsored: CN's Keith Reardon on cold chain fluidity and leveraging data.
Sponsored: Technology is reshaping supply chains in a dramatic way.
Sponsored: Dr. Noel Hacegaba, Deputy Executive Director & COO of Port of Long Beach, discusses development of its Supply Chain Information Highway.
Sponsored: Visibility gets a lot of buzz these days, but as Infor’s Bernard Goor points out, it can’t solve problems unless all the players have access to the data it yields — and the ability to act collaboratively on that data.
Sponsored: Mario Cordero, executive director, Port of Long Beach shares his take on companies operating in a pre-pandemic, status quo mindset, the importance 24/7 supply chains, and the potential of rail.
Sponsored: Kuehne+Nagel Senior Vice President Paolo Montrone on the hard work involved translating trust and relationship management into tangible results that improve supply chain business.
Sponsored: Port of Los Angeles' Gene Seroka discusses narrowing the gaps between imports and exports by drafting a national export policy. Seroka also talks about the rollout of the port’s Cyber Resilience Center, the first of its kind information database that anonymously shares intel throughout the shipping community
Sponsored: Ninety-five percent of containers received by importers are returned to ports, railheads, and container yards empty. Matchback Systems CEO Todd Ericksrud explains how street turns save money, reduce turnaround times, and cut emissions.