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Sponsored. Shippers need to balance their supply chains and diversify not only the carriers they use but the ports they go through, says John Painter, CEO and founder of Guangzhou Port America. He speaks to the importance of new infrastructure and on-dock rail systems at the deepwater Port of Nansha for accommodating high volumes due to pandemic-related closures at other regional ports and an increasing move in manufacturing and vendors to Western China.
Sponsored: Alexandre Bertolino, head of trans-Pacific trade for DHL Global Forwarding, discusses 2022 expectations for sourcing shifts, in some cases back to China; navigating global disruption; and challenging the status quo. Conversations between forwarders and customers have become about space more than rates, he says, with a new importance placed on understanding mutual goals to set realistic expectations.
Sponsored: With rail demands reaching an all-time high and capacity decreasing, Coby Bullard, Vice President of CP, talks about how a future CPKC might address these issues.
Sponsored: The chaos seen throughout the supply chain has clearly demonstrated the importance of sharing data, despite traditional economic incentives not to do so. FourKites’ Chris Stauber sees signs that data is becoming more free-flowing, enabling BCOs to see not only where their shipments are but also when they’ll make it to each step in their journey as well as helping avoid detention and demurrage fees.
Sponsored: The relationship between shippers and carriers has fundamentally changed and and dramatically reversed — a shift that's been brewing for over three decades, but was escalated by the pandemic, says Patrik Berglund, CEO and co-founder of Xeneta. In his industry outlook, he foresees exciting opportunities to solve efficiency challenges across the supply chain.
Sponsored. Bryan Blalock, president and COO of Container Maintenance Corp., discusses how Container Maintenance is maneuvering through the supply shortage of chassis.
Sponsored: At TPM22, President and CEO Dan Walsh discussed joining TRAC in mid-2020 and pursuing high levels of sustainability alongside productivity, with record investments to increase capacity, reduce out-of-stock units, upgrading units and retreading tires.
Sponsored: Industrial real estate has been positively impacted by the pandemic, with more development, more absorption, and a shif
Sponsored: No single entity has the answer to the congestion plaguing today’s disruption-ridden supply c
Sponsored: Entering a second year of record intermodal demand, TRAC Intermodal President and CEO Dan Wal
Greg Knowler, JOC senior editor for IHS Markit's Maritime & Trade division, on pricing, air cargo, and overall supply chain impact of COVID-19.
IHS Markit Vice President Peter Tirschwell on what to expect at this year's TPM Conference (1-4 March 2020, Long Beach, Calif). For the full agenda visit: www.joc-tpm.com/agenda