Midyear Trucking Report: The Second-Half Outlook
European Shipping and Trade Outlook
Middle East Trade and Logistics
Port Performance Metrics: Analyzing the Global Regions
Supply Chain Optimization and the Role of AI
Fourth-Quarter Trucking Report: Analyzing the Drayage Hot Spots
Cool Cargoes: 2023 Review and Outlook
Global Shipping Report: Analyzing the 2024 Outlook
Port Performance North America: The State of Flow as a New Year Approaches
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Cargo shippers, ocean carriers, and other logistics service providers can expect ever-increasing pressure to assess, disclose, and manage the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions related to their activities. Regulatory bodies such as the SEC are developing disclosure requirements for GHGs and climate change risk, while the International Maritime Organization is requiring carriers to meet increasingly stringent emissions-reduction requirements. Stakeholders across the board expect accurate and verifiable emissions information from their service providers, but disparate data collection methods and a lack of visibility mean that participants struggle with reporting even when they are eager to be compliant. Reporting and requirement uncertainties also increase investment risk.
In this webcast, we will hear from experts on managing carbon footprints in the project logistics supply chain and on driving decarbonization across the maritime industry by creating data transparency.
Moderator: Janet Nodar, Senior Editor, Project and Heavy-Lift Shipping, JOC, Maritime & Trade, S&P Global
This webcast will examine the small-parcel marketplace right now: where it’s at, and how we got here. In it, we'll examine:
- The current state of small parcel shipping in terms of pricing and services - plus tips for understanding how that impacts your business.
- Market business pressures — both hidden and obvious — that carriers are reacting to, will shape their future behavior.
- Ideas companies can leverage to bring short- and long-term efficiency to their parcel shipping operations.
Speaker: Brian Byrd, Executive Vice President of Operations, TransImpact