Logistics Technology: Figuring Out the Elusive Standardization Problem in Global Logistics (Part 3)

Logistics Technology: Figuring Out the Elusive Standardization Problem in Global Logistics (Part 3)

Standardization of shipping documentation and data has long been an elusive pursuit in the world of global logistics. The fragmented nature of the industry, including the sheer number of parties involved in any shipment, is one reason so little is standardized but also a motivation to push toward standardization. The basic premise is simple: The more that is standardized, the less time and resources will be spent on turning oranges into apples, and the more time that can be spent on innovating and improving.
This webcast, the third in a three-part series leading up to the TPMTech Conference on Feb. 24-25 in Long Beach, California, will explore the key areas of the global logistics industry where standardization is happening, and where the potential exists to create efficiencies that benefit all parties. In so doing, we'll look at practical examples, and the associations, solutions, and platforms enabling that incremental change.
Session Chair:
Eric Johnson, Senior Editor, Technology, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
Speaker(s):
Thomas Bagge, Chief Executive Officer, DCSA
Akshay Dodeja, CEO, Terminal 49
Caitlin Murphy, CEO, Global Gateway Logistics
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Thursday, January 13, 2022 - 14:00