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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.
Sponsored: Logixboard CEO Julian Alvarez discusses change management opportunities and challenges facing freight forwarders amid a push for greater digitization.
Sponsored: CEO of Terminal49 CEO Akshay Dodeja demos the platform and discusses pain points at TPMTech 2022.
Sponsored: Technology innovation, particularly visibility and going paperless, was accelerated by the pandemic, but the biggest industry challenge is integrating so many different global entities, such as suppliers and governments, into one platform, says Geodis in Americas' Max Bernaldo.
Sponsored: With the fastest growth rate of all North American ports last year, the Port of Virginia has become the first import call on services from South Asia, the far East, and Europe. Attributing the port’s growth to the flexibility afforded by its status as a state-owned port rather than a landlord port, CEO and Executive Director Stephen Edwards says the port is now building for the future by dredging its harbor to 55 feet, expanding its rail capacity, and modernizing its berths.
Sponsored: Over the last year, China United Lines has opened services to Europe, the Middle East, and now the US West Coast. Co-CEO Lars Christiansen talks about the challenges the line has faced in entering the trans-Pacific trade, such as longer-than-expected waits for the return of equipment, and about positive developments he sees in container shipping, including an increased recognition of the importance of digitalization and customers’ growing preference for longer-term contracts.
Sponsored: PayCargo came into its own as a payment solution platform during the COVID-19 pandemic, when handling physical checks was no longer possible in some cases. Now VP David Junkroski explains how this multimodal solution enables payments to vendors across modes on a single platform, cutting down on staff training time for payers and including a growing variety of integrations and customizations for vendors.
Sponsored: A significant increase in street dwell, which has more than doubled in LA-LB during the pandemic, means that chassis are not being used as efficiently as they typically are, and this is the real cause of the current chassis shortage in the US, explains DCLI's Mike O'Malley. The company's multipronged approach to meeting surging demand includes repositioning chassis, strengthening maintenance and repair partnerships, upgrading existing fleets, and investing heavily in new chassis.
Sponsored: In a dog-eat-dog industry, IMC Companies’ Mason H. George says, it’s time to work together. He addresses the need for collaboration between the drayage world and ocean carriers, crossing company and business lines, to support optimal efficiency of the marine terminal operator.
Sponsored: The majority of the pandemic-related disruption came from a lack of logistics connectivity in the supply chain, says Dave Mincey, vice president of strategic accounts for E2open. Mincey addresses the challenges, and necessity, of normalizing and harmonizing data so that it becomes decision-grade data that contributes to a connected supply chain.
Sponsored. Finding space and securing capacity is the top customer concern today, says Jillamy President Chris Keifer. After 20 years in business, he reflects on the company's growth to its current capacity of 2 million square feet of warehousing space across the county, as well as its steadily increasing involvement in e-commerce.