Perfect Storm Preparation Center

Get access to exclusive interviews with leaders in the supply chain industry.

It’s apparent now that we’re entering a tough time for managing supply chains. Spot rates hit a two year high, JB Hunt recently warned customers to prepare for 10% increases, and there's no sign of relief.

That's why we hosted a webinar in conjunction with NASSTRAC on Tuesday, November 14, featuring a host of experts to help you navigate the storm.

We also interviewed people who can shed light on the situation and offer advice, such as:

  • Derek Leathers, the CEO of Werner Enterprises
  • Yossi Sheffi, the Director of the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics
  • And many more - see the full list below

If you're a shipper, sign up here to access these resources that will help you understand the situation and manage it well.


yossi-jarrod.pngHow Hurricane Recovery Efforts Will Leave A Lasting Impact And Why Your Company Must Have A Supply Chain Disaster Recovery Plan

Yossi Sheffi, the Director of the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics, and Jarrod Goentzel, Founder and Director of the MIT Humanitarian Response Lab



Capacity Issues for Carriers

Derek Leathers, the CEO of Werner Enterprises




How Shippers Can Mitigate Increases By Working With Their Carriers

John Larkin, Managing Director of Transportation at Stifel, and Jeff Rogers, CEO of Universal Logistics




The Impact of ELD Enforcement

Randy Mullett, a Washington-based expert on the relationship between government and transportation




Economic Factors that will Raise Rates in 2018

Noel Perry, Economist with FTR and




Identifying Risks in the Supply Chain

Dr. John Langley, Professor of Supply Chain Management at Penn State




 How Shippers Should Respond To the Current Marketplace

Mike Regan, TranzAct's Co-Founder, talks with Mitch McDonald of Supply Chain Digest



Truckload Carrier Pitch to Raise Rates in 2018 Underway; ELDs, Driver Pay, Turnover All Concerns



Is Long Predicted Acute Driver Shortage Finally Emerging, likely with Soaring Rates