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VIDEO: With an electronic logging device (ELD) rule set to take effect this year, the Canadian container shipping industry is working to mitigate anticipated trucking pressures as the mandate will tighten capacity. JOC Executive Editor Mark Szakonyi spoke with Groupe Robert Vice President Martin Roy, and OEC Group President and CEO Marc Bibeau on how beneficial cargo owners can work with their transportation providers to mitigate. Those tactics are one of the various subjects that will be addressed at JOC’s Canada Trade Conference on June 3-5 in Toronto. https://events.joc.com/canada-trade-2019
Jack Oney, CEO, Oney Consulting and panelist at 2018 JOC Logistics Technology Conference on why he feels the "Amazon effect" on cargo shipping is overblown, differentiating what customers want versus what they need in a transportation management system (TMS), and identifying bottlenecks at origin.
Sponsored: Ship-to-shore cranes for Virginia International Gateway arrived at the start of January 2019, and the The Port of Virginia is preparing for completion of the terminal expansion by June and 30 percent through Norfolk International Terminal improvements, says The Port of Virginia Chief Operating Officer Shawn Tibbetts. He discussed the complexities of rail investment and navigating challenges of integrating a new reservation system.
With new technology in hand, more truckers are seen moving to smaller fleets. Data from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration underscore a long-term shift in trucking’s driver pool toward smaller carriers, Tucker Company Worldwide CEO Jeff Tucker told JOC.com at the 2018 JOC Inland Distribution Conference in Chicago.
Peter Tirschwell provides insight into IMO 2020 impact, Maersk-Damco service changes, and expanding potential within data standardization.
Sponsored: Amber Road's Ty Bordner on the siloed landscape of GTM and the structure needed to reveal value within data. At the 2018 JOC Logistics Technology Conference, Bordner provides his thoughts on the primary tech challenges facing the market and the future of the industry.
Sponsored: New software solutions for the supply chain market are numerous and the choices are overwhelming for many businesses.
Along the supply chain, the freight forwarder is the link between multiple parties and integrator of data, Samuel Shapiro & Co.’s Director of Supply Chain Angela Czajkowski noted at the 2018 JOC Logistics Technology Conference. In this interview, Czajkowski discussed the steps freight forwarders need to take to remain relevant as more disruptors move into the shipping and logistics industry.
Sponsored: Blume CEO on true digitization within the supply chain, moving past relatively small changes that still require human involvement, to a true evolution of systems. In this interview at the JOC Technology Conference, Johar examines the potential in deep learning and neural networks, use of cognitive decision making and predictive analytics for contract reading, and focusing on the needs of your customer's customer.
Sponsored: Verifying the true farm-to-table road traveled for a head of lettuce is about more than restaurant trends; where it overlaps with questions of food safety is a perfect example of blockchain applications in logistics, explained ShipChain CEO John Monarch in an interview at the JOC Technology Conference. Focusing on trust as one of the greatest challenges to blockchain adoption, Monarch explains the difference between private chains often run by one company or consortium, and public or "open-industry" ones and gives his thoughts on what it will take to move to adoption of real collaboration and data sharing in the industry.
Senior Editor Bill Cassidy and Andy Lynch, president of Zipline Logistics, discuss the 2018 Electronic Logging Device (ELD) regulation and its impact on cargo transit times. Lynch, a JOC Inland Distribution Conference panelist, details the findings of two Zipline surveys including fundamental changes to the shipper-carrier relationship.
Sponsored: American Global Logistics' CEO Jon Slangerup on strategies to handle whatever supply chain curve balls 2019 throws.