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Jul 16, 2020 2:00PM EDT
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The service contracting season in the eastbound trans-Pacific had barely wrapped up in late May when shippers and non-vessel-operating common carriers were unexpectedly hit with two general rate increases. Spot rates from Asia to the West Coast increased almost 50 percent to $2,132 per FEU and East Coast rates increased about 10 percent to $2,738 per FEU through early June. Rolling of shipments at Asian ports was common as vessels were booked beyond 100 percent utilization. How did this happen when US imports from Asia in May were 18.5 percent lower than in May 2019, according to PIERS? NVOs say carriers reduced capacity through blank sailings more than necessary so they could fill ships and increase freight rates. Carriers said they had no visibility into purchase orders that retailers had placed in Asia, and still have no visibility into peak-season volumes that will begin moving later this summer.  Meanwhile, the dramatic swings in cargo volumes, and carriers’ penchant for blank sailings, is making it difficult for shippers and NVOs to plan their supply chains. Terminal operators, warehouses, and truckers are struggling to plan their capacity requirements. 
 
In this essential webcast, Jonathan Gold of the National Retail Federation and David Bennett of Globe Express Services will explain what the market should expect in this volatile environment leading up to the peak season.
 
Moderator/Presenter:
Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor, Trans-Pacific, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker(s):
David Bennett, President, Americas, Globe Express Services
Jonathan Gold, Vice President, Supply Chain and Customs Policy, National Retail Federation
 
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Jul 30, 2020 1:00PM EDT
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As it weathers disruption caused by COVID-19, the Canadian container shipping industry is learning from the experience and pushing forward with investments and innovation to keep its supply chains humming. This is not the time to pause, the industry believes because when the impact of the pandemic fades, the same challenges and pressures facing Canadian cargo owners and their transportation providers will remain.  
 
Often caught in the trade war crossfire between China and the US, Canadian exporters are scrambling to find new markets and depend even more on efficient supply chains to stay globally competitive. Importers, be they retailers or manufacturers, are under pressure to control inventory costs while delivering goods faster.
 
Achieving that will require expansion of infrastructure capacity, closer collaboration among transportation providers, and strategies to respond to volatility resulting from increasing blank sailings by ocean carriers, congestion at marine terminals, or other disruptive events. For the fourth straight year — this time virtually  — the JOC Canada Trade Conference will deliver a packed, informative, and engaging agenda to help cargo owners better calibrate their supply chains and drive conversations among all stakeholders. 
 
Moderator/Presenter: 
Mark Szakonyi, Executive Editor, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
AGENDA:
 
1:00 - 1:05 p.m. Welcome Remarks
 
1:05 - 1:15 p.m. Canadian Economic and Shipping Outlook: Resetting Expectations
 
1:15 - 1:45 p.m. Shipper Perspectives: Importers Speak Out
Speaker(s)
Magali Amiel, Ph.D, MCILT, Transport Leader, Decathlon Canada
Barbara Bryer, Senior Manager-Supply Chain, Global Operations – Logistics, adidas Canada 
Audrey Ross, Logistics and Customs Specialist, Orchard Custom Beauty  
 
1:45 - 2:15 p.m. The Case for Canadian Exports
Speaker(s)
Rav Kapoor, CEO, and President, ETG Commodities
Lonny Kubas, Assistant Vice President, Supply Chain, CN
Stephen Paul, Vice President, Supply Chain Logistics, Ray-Mont Logistics
 
2:15 - 2:45 p.m. Port Update: The Path to Growth and Efficiency 
Speaker(s)
Tony Boemi, Vice President, Growth and Development, Montreal Port Authority
Brian Friesen, Vice President, Trade Development and Communications, Prince Rupert Port Authority 
Captain Allan Gray, President, and CEO, Halifax Port Authority 
Eric Waltz, President, GCT Canada
  
2:45 p.m. Closing Remarks

Midyear Breakbulk and Heavy-Lift Outlook

Aug 20, 2020 2:00PM EDT
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Moderator: 
Janet Nodar, Senior Editor, Breakbulk and Project Cargo, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker (s):
TBC
 
 
Additional Details to follow
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European Shipping Outlook: The Asia-Europe Trade

Sep 10, 2020 11:00AM EDT
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Carriers and forwarders operating in the Asia-Europe trade are reporting rising volume through their networks, with space at a premium amid a ratcheting up of blank sailings that will result in a nearly 20 percent reduction in capacity through the third quarter. As the traditional Asia-Europe peak shipping season approaches, concerns are growing that even a small spike in seasonal demand could lead to increased rollings of cargo in Asian ports. Carriers have played down those risks, pointing to their ability to quickly add sidelined capacity, and deploying extra loaders as sweepers to collect any cargo that may have missed its sailing. But the tight supply-demand balance on the trade also has allowed carriers since April to keep rates at levels more than 30 percent above last year’s, despite the collapse in demand. This doesn’t sit well with shippers who complain that the higher rates come with fewer sailings and falling service levels. Despite customers’ unhappiness, carriers are unlikely to change their blank sailings strategy because it’s a crucial tool giving them control of capacity within an uncertain environment. Many shippers struggle to provide accurate cargo forecasts to carriers because there is so little clarity on demand from Europe’s recession-hit consumers. With capacity so restricted, the same cargo booking is also often made with several carriers across alliances to ensure it doesn’t miss a sailing. There are few penalties for no-shows, and this leaves carriers with little visibility on the actual Europe inbound volume against which to plan capacity, increasing the risks of overbookings and the subsequent bumping of cargo to later sailings. With so little certainty on Asia-Europe, this container shipping outlook will bring together experts in the industry to explain what to expect for the rest of the year in a trade where capacity and demand remains finely balanced. 
 
Moderator/Presenter: 
Greg Knowler, Europe Editor, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker (s):
TBC
 
Additional Details to follow
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Port Productivity: 2019 Rankings and Best Practices

Sep 17, 2020 11:00AM EDT
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Moderator/Presenter: 
Turloch Mooney, Senior Editor, Global Ports, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker (s):
TBC
 
Additional Details to follow
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Trucking Market Report: The Road Ahead

Oct 1, 2020 2:00PM EDT
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Moderator/Presenter: 
William Cassidy, Senior Editor, Trucking and Domestic Transportation, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker (s):
TBC
 
Additional Details to follow
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Does Logistics Want to Be Self-Service? Part 1 of a Two-Part LogTech20 Webcast Series

Oct 22, 2020 1:00PM EDT
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There is an inexorable shift toward tools that digitize key processes in the container shipping industry, but this shift begs an important question: To what degree do shippers want to manage things themselves in an online setting? That seemingly simple question opens the door to a series of harder ones, including whether shippers want to procure freight capacity instantly, and whether they want certain functions automated. 
 
Picking up on the success of the JOC's in-person LogTech events in 2018 and 2019, LogTech20 will be the premier virtual space to learn about the latest technology developments in the global logistics industry. Over multiple sessions in two separate webcasts, panelists and keynote speakers will explore subjects you don’t hear at any other events, from dynamic pricing and process automation to which software pricing models the logistics industry favors. 
 
Specific sessions will include: 
• Logistics technology through the prism of global trade
• The continuing proliferation of forwarder technology 
• Open data models and APIs, oh my! 
• Microservices and modularity: what are they and why are they important to logistics? 
• The future of workflow and collaboration tools 
• The evolution of shipment management software
 
The event also will feature a lightning-rounds seminar on emerging technology concepts that are due to impact the industry, including no-code programming, edge computing, and trade compliance automation.  
 
Moderator/Presenter: Eric Johnson, Senior Editor, Technology, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker(s): TBC
 
Additional details to follow...
 
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Does Logistics Want to Be Self-Service? Part 2 of a Two-Part LogTech20 Webcast Series

Oct 29, 2020 1:00PM EDT
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There is an inexorable shift toward tools that digitize key processes in the container shipping industry, but this shift begs an important question: To what degree do shippers want to manage things themselves in an online setting? That seemingly simple question opens the door to a series of harder ones, including whether shippers want to procure freight capacity instantly, and whether they want certain functions automated. 
 
Picking up on the success of the JOC's in-person LogTech events in 2018 and 2019, LogTech20 will be the premier virtual space to learn about the latest technology developments in the global logistics industry. Over multiple sessions in two separate webcasts, panelists and keynote speakers will explore subjects you don’t hear at any other events, from dynamic pricing and process automation to which software pricing models the logistics industry favors. 
 
Specific sessions will include: 
• Logistics technology through the prism of global trade
• The continuing proliferation of forwarder technology 
• Open data models and APIs, oh my! 
• Microservices and modularity: what are they and why are they important to logistics? 
• The future of workflow and collaboration tools 
• The evolution of shipment management software
 
The event also will feature a lightning-rounds seminar on emerging technology concepts that are due to impact the industry, including no-code programming, edge computing, and trade compliance automation.  
 
Moderator/Presenter: Eric Johnson, Senior Editor, Technology, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker(s): TBC
 
Additional details to follow...
 
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Cool Cargoes: Global Trends, Risks, and Opportunities

Nov 5, 2020 2:00PM EST
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Moderator/Presenter: 
Chris Brooks, Director, Programming, JOC Events, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker (s):
TBC
 
Additional Details to follow
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Global Logistics Outlook: An Early Look at 2021

Nov 19, 2020 2:00PM EST
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Moderator/Presenter: 
Chris Brooks, Director, Programming, JOC Events, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker (s):
TBC
 
Additional Details to follow
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Global Shipping Outlook: A Sneak Peek at 2021

Dec 3, 2020 2:00PM EST
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Moderator/Presenter: 
Mark Szakonyi, Executive Editor, JOC.com and The Journal of Commerce, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker (s):
TBC
 
Additional Details To Follow
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Archived Webcasts

Jun 25, 2020 2:00PM EDT
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The annual Top 100 Importers and Exporters report is one of the most extensive products The Journal of Commerce produces. Based on exclusive research, it analyzes the largest global companies shipping containerized goods to and from the US — essential information for shippers, carriers, and third-party logistics providers. 
 
This webcast, the second in a two-part series, will analyze the makeup and dynamics of the Top 100 US Exporters and, importantly, how much has changed for agricultural, recyclables, chemicals, and other exporters since the COVID-19 pandemic hit in early 2020. How has sentiment changed abroad, and what does it mean for exporters in the near, mid- and long term. How are other facets of the supply chain — equipment dislocation, a strengthening dollar, and new destination markets — impacting US exporters?
 
Moderator/Presenter: 
Dustin Braden, Shipper Engagement Manager, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker (s):
Ari Ashe, Senior Editor, Intermodal Rail, and Southeast Ports, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
Mark Szakonyi, Executive Editor, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
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Jun 23, 2020 2:00PM EDT
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The coronavirus pandemic upended our world, including our supply chains. While we all knew about the complexities of supply chains before COVID-19, the unprecedented interruption of normal life threw even more variables our way. To succeed in tackling these new challenges, a mindset of flexibility and visibility, along with a healthy command of data science, is paramount.

Join XPO Logistics Chief Information Officer Mario Harik, and President of North American Transportation Drew Wilkerson, as they discuss how the pandemic changed the way we need to think about supply chains, and how we can apply what we’ve learned to the long-term future of transportation and logistics. 

 Topics will include:

•        Lessons learned on the frontlines as an essential transportation provider managing employee safety and customer service

•        Transformative trends and technologies being accelerated due to the pandemic, which will forever change how supply chains are managed

•        Building new partnerships that define your mission during the post-COVID-19 era

•        Adjustments you can make to build resilience into your supply chain and prepare for future disruptions

In addition to the opportunity to get your specific questions answered this webinar will give shippers actionable insight to start planning for the challenges that their supply chains are going to face in the near future. Join us!

Moderator:

Alessandra Barrett, Senior Content Editor, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit

Speakers:

Mario Harik, Chief Technology Officer, XPO Logistics

Drew Wilkerson, President, North American Transportation, XPO Logistics

Jun 18, 2020 2:00PM EDT
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The annual Top 100 Importers and Exporters report is one of the most extensive products The Journal of Commerce produces. Based on exclusive research, it analyzes the largest global companies shipping containerized goods to and from the US — essential information for shippers, carriers, and third-party logistics providers. 
 
This webcast, the first in a two-part series, will analyze the makeup and dynamics of the Top 100 US Importers and, importantly, how much has changed for retailers, electronics companies, footwear providers, and others since the COVID-19 pandemic hit in early 2020. How has consumer sentiment changed, and what does it mean for importers in the near, mid- and long term. How are other facets of the supply chain — blank sailings, equipment dislocation, and inventories — impacting the market?
 
Moderator/Presenter: 
Dustin Braden, Shipper Engagement Manager, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker (s):
Eric Johnson, Senior Editor, Technology, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
Mark Szakonyi, Executive Editor, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
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May 28, 2020 2:00PM EDT
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After years of rapid growth despite weak economic growth, downward pressures are beginning to catch up to the Mexican logistics sector, as reflected by declining freight volumes through ports and over the border with the United States. The COVID-19 pandemic is only deepening the pain of a national economy that already had been stagnating, auto production is declining, and cargo volumes moving through the ports hit six-year lows in 2019.

The Mexican economy is struggling, with GDP increasing a mere 0.1 percent in 2019, according to JOC parent company IHS Markit, and set to slide as much as 8 percent this year as the full effects of the COVID-19 outbreak unfurl. Added to that, IHS Markit’s Mexico Manufacturing PMI plummeted to a record low of 46.9 in March, and automotive production, which accounts for nearly 4 percent of GDP, plunged nearly 25 percent in March, according to INEGI, the national statistics institute.

That’s forcing the industry to adjust to a new reality of lower freight volumes but with no let-up on the demands for reliability within Mexico’s supply chains. Freight volumes will rebound, making the next 12 months a critical period for logistics managers and their transportation providers to not only adjust to a new environment but to take steps so supply chains become more resilient and agile when the market turns.

Yet, there also are some positive signs, most notably the signing of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, and relative strength and resilience in Mexico’s biggest trade partner, the US, COVID-19 impacts notwithstanding. Through its dozens of trade deals, Mexico has cemented itself as a factory floor for not just North America but much of the Americas, too, allowing it to ride the overall regionalization of trade. COVID-19 has exposed the weakness of US importers focusing on China sourcing, adding extra impetus to source from Mexico — when possible. When the pandemic threat ends, the agreement offers the potential for increased trade and cargo and the kind of certainty that could encourage investors to again put their money into the country.

Longer-term, Mexico’s logistics sector should benefit from continued infrastructure improvements, including a 30 percent expansion in capacity at Contecon Manzanillo SA de CV terminal and a dredging project that will enable the Port of Altamira to handle 14,000-TEU vessels. And the new rail line into Veracruz makes it the country’s first port to experience competition from two major railroads.

With market intelligence from the JOC, IHS Markit, and industry analysts, this webcast will analyze the impacts COVID-19 is having on the Mexican economy, the country’s freight flows, and the outlook on the other side of the pandemic.

 
Moderator/Presenter: 
Mark Szakonyi, Executive Editor, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
  
Speaker (s):
Rafael Amiel, Director, Latin America, and Caribbean Economics, IHS Markit
Ashley Craig, Partner, and Co-Chair, International Trade Group, Venable
Erik Markeset, CEO, Tsol
 
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May 21, 2020 2:00PM EDT
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Oil prices haven’t seen this level of volatility in decades. Energy demand has crashed amid the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving the world awash in oil. OPEC and its partners have agreed to slash a staggering 9.7 million barrels per day of crude production in a bid to prop up prices that have plummeted to 34-year lows. The low-sulfur fuel regulations brought on by the International Maritime Organization’s low-sulfur mandate at the start of the year — and the accompanying concerns of the shipping industry and its customers — seem a quaint vestige from a calmer, long-ago time. Even so, the fall in bunker fuel costs -- low-sulfur prices have declined by about 65 percent in major markets --  is reflecting the downside of carriers’ scrubber investments but has given them a much-needed cash injection as volumes fall. And while cargo owners may be paying less for fuel than they expected to before the IMO rule took effect, they’re still monitoring any changes to bunker adjustment factors, particularly amid trans-Pacific service contract negotiations.
 
In this timely and important webcast, energy analysts and cargo owners will discuss what the new energy reality means for bunker fuel costs in the short and medium-term.  Attendees will learn how cargo owners should work with carriers to adjust to a market where low fuel prices belie mounting, long-term cost pressures via tightening environmental restrictions. 
 
Moderator/Presenter:
Kevin Saville, Associate Managing Editor, JOC.com and The Journal of Commerce, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker(s):

 

Philip Damas, Managing Director, Drewry, and Operational Head, Drewry Supply Chain Advisors
Hédi Grati, Research & Analysis Director, Refining & Marketing, IHS Markit
Matt Muenster, Senior Manager, Applied Knowledge, Breakthrough Fuel
 
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May 19, 2020 2:00PM EDT
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As recent events have shown, a crisis of unprecedented magnitude can strike at any time. Whether it’s a pandemic, natural disaster, a recession, or normal times, supply chain visibility plays an essential role in maintaining business continuity and managing risk.
 
Join two recognized industry experts in a discussion about what it takes to prepare for and deal with critical supply chain disruptions.
 
Topics covered will include:
● Building your supply chain contingency plans
● Planning for unexpected shifts in demand
● Leveraging digitization to mitigate risks
 
The best medicine for your supply chain is real-time visibility. Learn how to take command and control, so you’re better prepared to handle any crisis.
 
Moderator:
Alessandra Barrett, Senior Content Editor, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker(s):
Barry Conlon, CEO and Founder, Overhaul
David Warrick, General Manager Global Supply Chain, Microsoft
 
May 14, 2020 2:00PM EDT
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The COVID-19 pandemic underscores how utterly dependent society is on technology, and the logistics industry is no different. By and large, shippers, carriers, and 3PLs are getting by even in the most adverse conditions. But crises such as this shine a brighter light on system and process inadequacies, so this may be a time that accelerates a shift toward cloud, automation, and online transactional tools. It’s always instructive to look to the past to inform how the industry may handle this future, and this JOC webcast will incorporate technology leaders who have managed the dot.com boom and bust, the 2008 economic downturn, and a newer entrepreneur looking to succeed in a post-COVID environment. 
 
This webcast will give attendees actionable insight into how they should prioritize logistics technology advancement prior, during, and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Moderator/Presenter: 
Eric Johnson, Senior Editor, Technology, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speakers:
John Urban, Founder and Former President, GT Nexus
Dan Sanker,  Founder, and President, CaseStack
Chris Kirchner, Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO Slync.io
Apr 30, 2020 2:00PM EDT
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No other logistics company has had a front-row seat to the COVID-19 crisis like LF Logistics, a division of Li & Fung, the world leader in consumer goods design, development, sourcing, and logistics.

Before most of us realized the impact of the burgeoning pandemic, Simon Oxley, LF Logistics’ executive director of global business development, read the warning signs from his headquarters in Hong Kong and moved aggressively to strengthen their core business.

As the crisis in Asia appears to wane — LF Logistics’ Wuhan distribution center is back in production — Oxley joins us for a candid discussion, sharing what he did to reassure customers and associates, the rapid-fire process changes they implemented to ensure business continuity, and how he leaned on CRM software providers such as Winmore to turn risk into reward. 

Topics will include:

  • How LF Logistics turned its core strength of managing remote employees in dozens of field offices into an agile “work-from-home” company policy, leading thousands of workers from home offices without missing a beat;
  • The ways in which the RFP process changed with each stage of the crisis, and whether it will ever return to the “old way”.
  • Why Oxley leaned on workflow-based CRM from Winmore to ensure that core businesses were followed rigidly, even as employees worked from home; and
  • How LF Logistics seized the opportunity to emerge as a stronger, more aggressive and customer-aligned organization.

If you’re adapting to a new operating model in response to the COVID-19 crisis, managing dozens or even hundreds of workers in home offices while wondering how to turn this crisis into an opportunity for your logistics services, then this webinar offers invaluable information.

Moderator:

Alessandra Barrett, Senior Content Editor, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit

Speaker(s):

John Golob, Founder and Chief Marketing Officer, Winmore

Simon Oxley, Executive Director, Global Business Development, LF Logistics 

Register now. Webinar attendees will receive a copy of the case study on LF Logistics.

 

 

 

 

 

Apr 28, 2020 1:00PM EDT
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The 2020 Breakbulk & Project Cargo Conference may have been canceled because of the COVID-19 outbreak, but The Journal of Commerce will present some major sessions of the program in a half-day webcast available for anyone. Join us as we present the outlook for the heavy-lift and breakbulk markets in this rapidly changing and even unprecedented environment. How will EPCs, other shippers, and transportation providers recalibrate in the near, mid-, and long term? What do plunging oil prices mean for the future of capital energy projects? What impact will COVID-19 related disruption have on tech solutions that can provide better in-transit visibility and supply-side analytics? What, exactly, is the new normal? This half-day webcast will take a deep dive into these and other pressing issues. Can’t make the full event? Join for any or all segments. 
 
Agenda:
 
1:00 - 1:05 pm Welcome Remarks
Janet Nodar, Senior Editor, Breakbulk and Project Cargo, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
1:05-1:30 pm The Global and Regional Economic Forecast: Resetting Expectations
Featured Speaker: Sara Johnson, Executive Director, Global Economics, IHS Markit
 
1:30-2:15 pm Global Shocks: The Oil Market and Outlook for Capital Projects
Featured Speaker: Jim Burkhard, Vice President, Global Oil Markets, Scenarios, and Integrated Services, IHS Markit
 
2:15-3:00 pm The Fleet and Shipping Outlook: Implications for the Project and Breakbulk Sector 
Speakers:
Susan Oatway, Senior Analyst, Multipurpose and Breakbulk Shipping, Drewry Maritime Research
Yorck Niclas Prehm, Head of Research, Toepfer Transport
 
3:00-4:00 pm Executing Project Cargo Logistics During a Global Pandemic 
Speakers:
Ed Bastian, Director, Global Sales, BBC Chartering
John Hark, Director, North American Chartering, Bertling Logistics
Jeromy Hofmeister, Logistics Manager, Vogt Power International
Stephen Spoljaric, Corporate Manager, Global Logistics, Bechtel
 
4:00-4:30 pm Navigating Tariffs and Sanctions
Moderator and Presenter: Kathy Canaan, Global Director Trade Compliance, Fluor
Speakers:
Elizabeth Lowe, Counsel, International Trade and Logistics Group, Venable

 

Please continue to check back for updates! 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Apr 2, 2020 1:00PM EDT
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TPM20 may have been canceled because of the COVID-19 outbreak, but The Journal of Commerce will present some major sessions of the TPM20 program in a series of half-day webcasts available for anyone. In Part 3 of the series, join us as we present the outlook for the trucking, intermodal, and drayage sectors, including best practices in managing detention and demurrage, and what the landscape looks like for California and other drayage operators in the dispute over driver classification. Can’t make the full event? Join for any or all segments. Please check back for updates!

Moderators/Presenters:             

Ari Ashe, Senior Editor, Intermodal, Trucking, and Southeast Ports, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit     

William Cassidy, Senior Editor, Trucking and Domestic Transportation, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit               

Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor, West Coast, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit                                                                 

Agenda:                             

1:00 - 1:05 pm Welcome Remarks:         

William Cassidy, Senior Editor, Trucking and Domestic Transportation, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit                

1:05 - 2:00 pm Trucking 2020: What Now?     

Speakers:                           

Jack Atkins, Managing Director, Research Analyst, Transportation, Stephens Inc.

Jeniffer Boukal, Supply Base Manager, Global Logistics, Deere & Company

John Janson, Director, Global Logistics, SanMar 

Lee Klaskow, Senior Analyst, Transportation & Logistics, Bloomberg Intelligence

Jeff Tucker, CEO, Tucker Company Worldwide                               

2:00 - 3:00 pm Shipper Strategies: Managing Detention and Demurrage                               

Speakers:            

Rachael Acker, Logistics Director, Wolverine WorldWide (WWW)

Lori Fellmer, Vice President, Logistics and Carrier Management, BassTech International

Robert Loya, Vice President, CMI West, Cal Cartage Transportation 

Rich Roche, Vice President, International Transportation, Mohawk Global Logistics                      

3:00 - 3:45 pm Managing Container Flow-Through Marine Terminals and Rail Ramps                      

Speakers:           

Walker Banks, General Manager, GeoStamp

Weston LaBar, Chief Executive Officer, Harbor Trucking Association, President and CEO, Ventures 52

Bill Rooney, Vice President, Strategic Development, Kuehne + Nagel

Michael Symonanis, Director, North America Logistics, Global Container Logistics Group, Louis Dreyfus Company                                                          

3:45 - 4:30 pm California AB5: Where Does Trucking Go From Here?                      

Speakers:           

Alex Cherin, Partner, and Executive Director, Englander Knabe & Allen, and Executive Director, Intermodal Conference, California Trucking Association

Jaime Laurent, Shareholder and Labor and Employment Attorney, Littler

Greg Sanders, CEO, Rail Delivery Services

 

Mar 26, 2020 1:00PM EDT
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TPM20 may have been canceled because of the COVID-19 outbreak, but The Journal of Commerce will present some major sessions of the TPM20 program in a three-part series of half-day webcasts available for anyone. In Part 2 of the series, join us as we present content from El Dorado: A TPM20 Tech Experience, focusing on the state of logistics technology. This webcast will draw directly from some of the impactful panels and topics we were set to explore in the inaugural edition of this highly anticipated event. Can’t stay for the entire webcast? Join for any or all segments. Please check back for updates!
 
Moderators/Presenters:
Sarah Barnes-Humphrey, Host of "Let’s Talk Supply Chain" and CEO of Shipz 
Eric Johnson, Senior Editor, Technology, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Agenda:
1:00-1:05 pm Welcome Remarks
Eric Johnson, Senior Editor, Technology, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
1:05 - 1:30 pm The JOC View of Logistics Technology
1:30 - 2:15 pm Will Technology Transform Spot Ocean Pricing and the Market Overall?
Speaker(s):
Alan Baer, Chief Executive Officer and President, Oceanwide Logistics
Kimberly Cockrell, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, New York Shipping Exchange
Laura Finbow, Regional Account Director, Europe, Catapult
Siva Narayanan, Director, Global Logistics, Solvay Technology Solutions 
2:15 - 3:00 pm Is Visibility Data a Commodity?
Speaker(s):
Akshay Dodeja, CEO, Terminal 49
Jaakko Elovaara, CEO and Co-Founder, Youredi
Sascha Peyer, Co-Founder & CCO, SensorTransport
3:00 - 3:30 pm Standards, What Are They Good For?
Speaker(s):
Thomas Bagge, CEO and Statutory Director, Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA) 
Brian Glick, CEO, Chain.io 
3:30 - 4:00 pm The Bots Are Coming: How RPA Might Change the Face of Logistics
Speaker(s):
Jenna Brown, Co-Founder & CEO of Shipamax
Chris Kirchner, Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO, Slync.io
Matt Motsick, CEO, RPA Labs 
4:00-4:30 pm The Shipper View of Technology Investment
Featured Speaker:
Audrey Ross, Logistics and Customs Specialist, Orchard Custom Beauty
 
 
Mar 19, 2020 1:00PM EDT
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TPM20 may have been canceled because of the COVID-19 outbreak, but The Journal of Commerce will present some major sessions of the TPM20 program in a series of half-day webcasts available for anyone. In Part 1 of the series, join us as we present the outlook for the economy, trade, and container shipping, including the long- and short-term action steps in supply chain decarbonization. Can’t make the full event? Join for any or all segments. Please check back for updates!

Agenda:

1:00 - 1:10 pm Welcome Remarks

Chris Brooks,  Director, Programming, JOC Events,  Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit

1:10 - 1:45 pm Keynote Address 

Keynote Speaker: Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman, IHS Markit

Introduction: Peter Tirschwell, Vice President, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit

1:45 - 2:15 pm The Global Economic and Trade Outlook: How Big Will the COVID-19 Shock Be?

Featured Speaker: Dr. Nariman Behravesh, Chief Economist, IHS Markit

2:15 - 3:00 pm Container Shipping Outlook: What COVID-19 Means for Global Containerized Supply Chains

Introduction: Mark Szakonyi, Executive Editor, The Journal of Commerce and JOC.com, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit  

Speaker(s):

Jonathan Gold, Vice President, Supply Chain and Customs Policy, National Retail Federation

Rahul Kapoor, Head of Global Research and Analytics, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit

3:00 - 3:45 pm Decarbonization and the Supply Chain: The Clock is Ticking

Introduction: Peter Tirschwell, Vice President, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit

Speaker(s):

Jeremy Nixon, Global CEO, One Network Express

Dr. Joseph W. Pratt, Partner, Zero Emission Advisors

3:45 - 4:30 pm Where Do We Go From Here?

Introduction: Peter Tirschwell, Vice President, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit

Featured Speaker: Lars Jensen, CEO, SeaIntelligence Consulting

 
Feb 20, 2020 11:00AM EST
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The fundamentals of container shipping may be improving, but the industry is hardly out of the woods, as the outlook for demand weakens and carriers grapple with higher operating costs tied to the low-sulfur global mandate. Maritime research firm Alphaliner expects global container capacity to expand 3.3 percent this year while demand will grow 3.1 percent, compared with 2019 increases of 3.6 percent and 2.4 percent, respectively. But questions over whether economic growth will continue or whether a slowdown or even recession will come after 10 years of unabated expansion prompted Drewry Shipping Consultants last fall to downgrade its demand outlook for 2019 to 2.6 percent from 3 percent. Also undetermined is the ultimate outcome of the nearly two-year US-China trade dispute as both sides back off their tariff battle amid recent progress in bilateral negotiations. And, although carriers have met the International Maritime Organization's low-sulfur fuel mandate, their effort to pass on higher operating costs to shippers and forwarders or risk a return to deep losses is hardly certain. 
 
This webcast timed to air in the run-up to TPM20 and the start of the trans-Pacific contract negotiations will analyze what all this means for shippers and their service providers.
 
Moderator: 
Mark Szakonyi, Executive Editor, JOC.com and The Journal of Commerce, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker (s):
Philip Damas, Managing Director, Drewry, and Operational Head, Drewry Supply Chain Advisors
 
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Jan 28, 2020 2:00PM EST
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Today more than ever, organizations face immense pressure to operate more effectively and efficiently, while catering to the demands of their customers. However, impressing the customers with a five-star delivery service can be cumbersome with the use of manual shipping methods.

 
As most of the organizations still use spreadsheets for the rate management process, the struggle to decode a matrix of logistics, taxes, and customs to find the optimal rates for their shipments, is real.
 
Attend this webinar and hear from Charlie Cunnion Vice President, Global Transportation at International Forest Products (IFP) and learn how they use technology to:
 
  • Ensure effective change management: Learn how IFP stay on top of the latest market dynamics and adjust the flow of imports and exports in a way that maximizes the company's position and how technology helps them be a more nimble organization and ultimately allow them save money and win more business
  • Track carrier performance for on-time delivery: Shared document management, workflow, and task assignments that don't rely on 100's of emails is the way to solve shipment delays along with collaboration with the carriers on the platform is the most efficient way for us all to be on the same page. Hear how IFP uses metrics and scorecards to help them track how we are doing.
  • Use real-time reporting: Hear how IFP track complete orders and see if they were delivered on-time and at the agreed rate. Tracking which carriers perform on which routes, and at what price, enables customer satisfaction and strong margins for IFP.
Moderator:
Alessandra Barrett, Senior Content Editor, Special Projects, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speakers:
Jeff Wehner, Co-Founder, Haven
Charlie Cunnion, Vice President, Global Transportation, International Forest Products 
 
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Jan 23, 2020 2:00PM EST
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Currently, only 30 megawatts (five turbines) of offshore wind energy are installed in US waters, but 7 gigawatts are expected to be operating by 2030, and more than 20 GW by 2050. The first wave of installations will be off the northeastern coast, including a recent commitment by the state of New York to build 1,700 megawatts. By the 2030s, floating turbines could be producing electricity off the US west coast. Onshore wind equipment, while massive, is constrained by the need to move it across the land. Offshore wind equipment has few of these constraints and is expected to reach gargantuan sizes. Who will provide the vessels, equipment, and skills needed to deliver and install this project cargo in US waters? Carriers long busy with Asian and European offshore wind installations see great potential in the US – as does the established but presently underutilized offshore oil and gas supply fleet and a budding US support industry. The webinar will analyze the US' offshore wind outlook and examine whether the US oil and gas supply fleet is poised to fill the transport gap. 
This webcast, led by JOC Senior Editor for Project and Breakbulk Cargo Janet Nodar, will examine the outlook for the US offshore wind market and related logistics challenges and opportunities in 2020 and beyond. Guest speakers are Max Cohen, Associate Director, IHS Markit North American Power and Renewables team and Richard Sanchez, Senior Marine Analyst, IHS Markit Petrodata. 
 
Moderator: 
Janet Nodar, Senior Editor, Breakbulk and Project Cargo, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit
 
Speaker (s):
Max Cohen, Associate Director, Gas, Power, and Energy Futures, North American Power and Renewables, IHS Markit
Richard Sanchez, Senior Marine Analyst, Petrodata, IHS Markit
 
Additional Details to follow.
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