Many factors have converged and made this a tough time for managing transportation. To help you get a better understanding of what's happening in the marketplace and how to manage it, we’ve created a Perfect Storm Center.
Start by listening to the five minute interview with Ken Spicer, Director of Transportation - Carrier Operations at Univar, where he explains how ELDs have already caused some of his carriers to leave the market and how collaborating with your carriers can benefit you and them.
Ken Spicer, Director of Transportation Carrier Operations at Univar, talks about some of his carriers already leaving the market due to ELD's, and discusses how carriers and shippers can collaborate to navigate the storm.
Derek Leathers and Rob Estes estimate the difference in rate increases for efficient shippers versus inefficient shippers.
Derek Leathers describes how ELD’s will shine a light on shipper inefficiencies and how that will drive changes in how carriers and shippers interact.
Rob Estes talks about the value of a single pallet on a truck and how shippers can achieve savings by being more efficient.
John Larkin, Managing Director of Transportation at Stifel, and Jeff Rogers, CEO of Universal Logistics
Randy Mullett, a Washington-based expert on the relationship between government and transportation
Noel Perry, Economist with FTR and Truckstop.com
Dr. John Langley, Professor of Supply Chain Management at Penn State
Mike Regan, TranzAct's Co-Founder, talks with Mitch McDonald of Supply Chain Digest
Derek Leathers, the CEO of Werner Enterprises
Yossi Sheffi, the Director of the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics, and Jarrod Goentzel, Founder and Director of the MIT Humanitarian Response Lab