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The Logistics Podcast delivers news and analysis from the UK warehousing and supply chain sectors. Topics include technology, sustainability, people, and retail topics in logistics. Regular guest appearances and interviews allow us to get insight from industry experts, including industry associations and big names in the industry. The Logistics Podcast is free to listen to now!
 
The Logistics of Logistics is a podcast hosted by industry expert Joe Lynch. Joe interviews founders, executives, and innovators who are shaping the future of logistics and supply chain. Topics include transportation, logistics, warehousing, technology, supply chain, and ecommerce. The Logistics of Logistics audience expects an inside perspective of what’s next in logistics and supply chain delivered via podcasts, videos, and articles. Topics include: Transportation Topics Small package, Sma ...
 
My job is to connect you with global experts, thought leaders and executives in all things supply chain. I will do my best to pick their brain on Supply Chain and Logistics leading edge technologies, leadership stories and personal success habits.Stay tuned for more episodes here: https://www.alcottglobal.com/category/podcast/ I am most active on LinkedIn so please do connect with me here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/radupalamariu/
 
Avoiding the Blind Spots can be one of the best strategic moves a business can make, but sometimes they’re inevitable. Welcome to the podcast that explores the Transportation & Logistics space, and how to make sure your company isn’t left behind picking up the pieces of missed opportunity or by being side swiped by something completely unexpected.
 
On The Ultimate Logistics Podcast - Cargoholic, we discuss the journey of leaders in logistics, the disruptions being witnessed today and the future of the industry. The perspectives of all stakeholders of the supply chain are discussed on relevant topics, from shippers, freight forwarders and carriers to startups, consultants and the government.
 
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Amazon’s Retail Strategy with Rick Watson Rick Watson and Joe Lynch discuss Amazon's retail strategy. Rick founded RMW Commerce Consulting, a boutique ecommerce consultancy that supports investors and management teams incubating and growing digital businesses online – both direct-to-consumer and B2B. About Rick Watson Rick Watson founded RMW Commer…
 
In this episode, our guest is Ellen Voie, President, CEO, and Founder of Women in Trucking. She discusses how her organization works to attract women into the trucking industry. She shares what barriers remain and how the industry can help to overcome them to open their truck doors to more women drivers. As any shipper knows, tight capacity remains…
 
Despite capacity crunches, labor shortages, and market instability, some supply chain companies found ways to not just survive but also thrive in the withering conditions of the pandemic. Some of the key factors to withstanding the volatile landscape included a nimble approach to meeting customer needs and an agile system to be able to reallocate r…
 
In this episode, we talked about the exciting topic of autonomous logistics. And more specifically, about the developments in intralogistics. What is the current state of technical development? Where are the differences in the development of hardware from software? And how is it for a startup to grow in such a field?…
 
We’re more than halfway through 2021 and it’s been a very challenging year for transportation executives, to put it mildly. There is a great imbalance between freight demand and capacity across all modes. This is forcing shippers to consider new or different strategies in how they get their goods from Point A to Point B. ... Read more[Video] Using …
 
In this latest episode of SHD Headlines, Editor James Burman and Property Editor David Thame guide listeners through the top and trending logistics and supply chain stories from the past month. The stories featured include: July’s High street ‘freedom’ underwhelming for retail UKWA convenes Real Estate Advisory Board RTITB launches new eLearning co…
 
Transportation vs Logistics with Marty Wadle Marty Wadle and Joe Lynch discuss transportation vs logistics. Marty is the Chief Commercial Officer of Ruan Transportation, a transportation company providing Dedicated Contract Transportation, Managed Transportation, Value-added Warehousing, and Brokerage Support Services. About Marty Wadle Marty Wadle…
 
The Women in Trucking Story with Ellen Voie Ellen Voie and Joe Lynch discuss the Women in Trucking story. Ellen is the President/CEO and founder of the Women In Trucking Association, a non-profit organization whose mission to encourage the employment of women in the trucking industry, promote their accomplishments, and minimize obstacles faced by w…
 
Why Your Truck Needs Wings with Dan Burrows Dan Burrows and Joe Lynch discuss why your truck needs wings. Dan is the founder and CEO of TruckLabs, a trucking technology company with a mission to transform the industry through a series of smart hardware and software product offerings. About Dan Burrows Daniel Burrows is the Founder and CEO of TruckL…
 
In this episode, our guest is DC Velocity Publisher Gary Master. Supply chains everywhere are experiencing disruptions. It really is a mess out there. Gary talks about the current state of supply chains and identifies some of the trouble spots. He also discusses the CSCMP EDGE conference coming up this week in Atlanta which will provide professiona…
 
The E-Commerce landscape is filled with not only opportunity but also intense competition for the hearts and minds of consumers. With so many service options, what do businesses have to do to show customers that they are directly tapped into their clients’ needs? Simeon Atkins and Kate Wells of Similarweb join us today to shed some light on how com…
 
Carbon Capture for Semi-Trucks with Paul Gross Paul Gross and Joe Lynch discuss carbon capture for semi-trucks. Paul is the co-founder and the CEO of Remora, a company that is building a device that captures the carbon emissions from a semi-truck. About Paul Gross Paul Gross is the co-founder and CEO at Remora. While at Yale, he conducted experimen…
 
A market in a state of unrest continues to challenge shippers and their customers with instability and unpredictable variability across the board. From dealing with capacity crunches to managing rate volatility, businesses need to have the right tools in place to keep operations flowing and costs down. Dave Maddox and Stewart Dunsmore of nVision Gl…
 
The Freight RFP Process is Broken – Let’s Fix It with Maggie Petrovic Maggie Petrovic and Joe Lynch discuss the freight RFP process is broken – let’s fix it. Maggie is the Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at Emerge, a company that is Reinventing Freight Procurement. About Maggie Petrovic Maggie Petrovic joined Emerge just over a year ago fol…
 
In this episode, our guest is Steve Denton, CEO of Ware2Go, a UPS company. All businesses have been affected by Covid-19 during the past year and a half, but merchants and retailers have experienced more ups and downs than many. One of the more challenging problems is the rising cost of transportation for their goods. With peak season approaching, …
 
Shipper Pain Points with Brad Forester Brad Forester and Joe Lynch discuss the shipper pain points. Brad is the Founder of JBF Consulting, which specialize in freight technology – strategy, system integration, implementation and deployment. About Brad Forester Brad Forester is the Founder and Managing Partner of JBF Consulting. Brad is a highly rec…
 
The STORD Story with Sean Henry Sean Henry and Joe Lynch discuss the STORD story. Sean is the Founder and CEO of STORD, the leading Cloud Supply Chain that enables companies to compete and grow with world-class logistics. About Sean Henry Sean Henry is the Founder and CEO of STORD, the pioneer of the Cloud Supply Chain and a leader in end-to-end lo…
 
T The DHL Supply Chain with Scott Sureddin Scott Sureddin and Joe Lynch discuss the DHL Supply Chain. Scott is the CEO of DHL Supply Chain, the largest contract logistics company in the world and North America. About Scott Sureddin Scott Sureddin is the CEO North America, DHL Supply Chain. Scott manages all operations within the US and Canada, as w…
 
In this episode, our guest is Brad Wright, CEO of Chunker. Many small to medium sized businesses feel that they are being squeezed out of available warehouse space by much larger players. Tight capacity in industrial space is to blame. What are the alternatives for these smaller distributors to find the warehouse space they need to move their busin…
 
The Fastest Growing Logistics Company with Trey Griggs Trey Griggs and Joe Lynch discuss the fastest growing logistics company. Trey is the Vice President of Sales at Lean Solutions Group, a company that provides operational, sales, marketing, and technology support to over 120 leading 3PLs. About Trey Griggs Trey Griggs is the Vice President of Sa…
 
Every supply chain needs a good TMS to move their product around but defining a “good TMS” means something different to different companies. For some it’s ease of use or comprehensive data for others it means efficient classification vs. effective training & support. Frank Dreischarf, Vice President of Supply Chain Solutions for R2 Logistics joins …
 
The Flexe Story with Dave Glick Dave Glick and Joe Lynch discuss the Flexe story. Dave is the Chief Technology Officer at Flexe, a market place for matching shippers who need fulfillment or distribution capacity with 3PLs who have existing capacity in their existing warehouses. About Dave Glick As CTO, David is responsible for the design and develo…
 
We hear a lot about the importance of having an “agile” supply chain, especially in the context of disruptions like the pandemic or the Suez Canal incident. What does having an agile supply chain mean? How is it linked to order orchestration? What actions should companies take to better prepare for the next disruption? Those ... Read more[Video] Or…
 
In this episode, our guest is Dr. Emily Tucker, assistant professor at Clemson University's Department of Industrial Engineering. Most of the medicines we rely on every day come from just two key trading partners overseas. That has created shortages and vulnerabilities in our medical supply chains and has limited our abilities to assure that we hav…
 
Political and financial challenges confront logistics professionals on a daily basis. Especially with regards to sustainability, there are still many issues to be dealt with. But we need innovations and changes NOW. What can we do to become greener?Av A2X
 
Unprecedented consumer demand signals show no signs of abating any time soon. Combine that with inventory shortages, a capacity crunch, and bottlenecks at the ports, and businesses could be facing a tough peak season ahead. What solutions are available to businesses to help them manage their supply chain better? James Armstrong and Chris Hoffmeiste…
 
Technology certainly hogs the spotlight in the logistics industry, but anyone who has been in the industry long enough understands that relationships — with shippers, carriers, and employees — matter too. Is that still the case in this age of digital transformation? Does technology play a role in building relationships? Is it part of the ... Read m…
 
The Knichel Logistics Story with Kristy Knichel Kristy Knichel and Joe Lynch discuss the Knichel Logistics story. Kristy is the CEO of Knichel Logistics that specializes in intermodal, less than truckload, cross-country, and cross-border services. About Kristy Knichel Kristy Knichel, a lifelong Pittsburgh native, is a second-generation logistics ex…
 
In this episode, our guest is Scott Cornell, transportation lead and crime and theft specialist at Travelers. Cargo theft is on the rise compared to pre-pandemic levels. Cornell talks about where cargo is stolen and what types of products are most desirable to thieves. He also discusses ways that supply chain professionals can better safeguard thei…
 
Finally a Flying Car with Guy Kaplinsky Guy Kaplinsky and Joe Lynch discuss finally a flying car that Guy's company is developing. Guy cofounded NFT Inc. (dba ASKA) and has developed the world’s first viable electric drive and fly vehicle that can drive on the road like a car and take off vertically to autonomously fly in the air. About Guy Kaplins…
 
3 Priorities for Future Success in Logistics with Sarah Banks Sarah Banks and Joe Lynch discuss three priorities for future success in logistics. Sarah is Global Lead for the Freight & Logistics Industry at Accenture, a global professional services company with leading capabilities in digital, cloud and security. About Sarah Banks Sarah Banks is Gl…
 
In this episode of Let’s Talk Logistics, we recap on day one of this year’s Logistics Conference – Supply Chain Resilience. We hear excerpts from the following industry leaders: Cold Chain Federation’s Tom Southall discussed the impacts of Brexit, and the pandemic, on UK logistics Sally Duggleby, Vice President of Capital and Leasing at Prologis UK…
 
In this episode, we had Anna Lo and Jon Hong from SoftBank Vision Fund as our guests. Both of them have overseen investments in the logistics and transportation space from SoftBank. Discover more details here. Some of the highlights of the episode: What does Softbank look for in companies (and will they ever invest in an asset-heavy company like a …
 
The West Coast Bottleneck with Brian Rice Brian Rice and Joe Lynch discuss the west coast bottleneck. Brian is the CEO of Dray Depot, a 3PL out of Chicago area that focuses on the drayage market. About Brian Rice Brian is the President and CEO of Dray Depot, a 3PL out of Chicago focusing on the drayage market. He has been in the logistics industry …
 
In this episode, our guest is Kathy Fulton, executive director of ALAN, the American Logistics Aid Network. Hurricanes can leave in their wake many supply chain disruptions, even for those not in the direct path of the storm. We are about to enter the heart of hurricane season. Kathy shares how companies can prepare their supply chains for when hur…
 
Xiuling Guo is the Managing Director Asia for the edible oil business of Cargill. Xiuling has held a multitude of other roles around strategy, sourcing, S&OP, and lean manufacturing. And before Cargill, she was a Supply Chain Director with Yum! Brands Group in China. Discover more details here. Some of the highlights of the episode: How to make the…
 
Logistics and Supply Chain - 1940 to 2040 with Jason Miller Jason Miller and Joe Lynch discuss logistics and supply chain, 1940 - 2040. Jason is a professor of supply chain at Michigan State University, which is ranked as one of the top supply chain schools in the world. About Jason Miller Jason Miller (PhD The Ohio State University) is a tenured A…
 
In this latest episode of SHD Headlines, Editor James Burman and Property Editor David Thame guide listeners through the top and trending logistics and supply chain stories from the past month. The stories featured include: eBay announces end-to-end fulfillment service Hermes increases 'green fleet' Cold Chain Federation urges contact isolation req…
 
The Critical Mile with Saad Shahzad Saad Shahzad and Joe Lynch discuss the critical mile. Saad is the Chief Revenue Officer at Airspace, a company that utilizes a technology-driven platform – backed by machine learning and AI – to deliver time-critical shipments including organs for transplant, medical specimens, airplane parts, and more. About Saa…
 
In this episode, we discuss the whether reshoring will take hold as one way of mitigating the many supply chain disruptions we have experienced this year. Our guest, Andrew Viteritti, commerce and regulation lead at the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), shares research on the likelihood that U.S. companies will bring production back to North Ameri…
 
How to Grow a Trucking Company with Brian Fielkow Brian Fielkow and Joe Lynch discuss how to grow a trucking company. Brian is the CEO of Houston-based Jetco Delivery and EVP of Montreal- based The GTI Group. About Brian Fielkow In his dual role as CEO of Houston-based Jetco Delivery and EVP of Montreal- based The GTI Group, Brian leverages his 25+…
 
One the one hand, the quest to achieve end-to-end supply chain visibility continues to get more difficult as supply chains become more global and fragmented. On the other hand, advancements in technology are helping companies to overcome these challenges and automate their processes. What hurdles still remain? Why is changing the status quo so impo…
 
In this episode, Darren Epps, senior director of advanced vehicle technology at Ryder, shares what it will take for freight companies to transition to electric fleets. It is more than just buying electric trucks. It involves decisions on infrastructure for charging them and determining which loads are best suited for currently available technologie…
 
Overcoming Last Mile Challenges with Israel Duanis Israel Duanis and Joe Lynch discuss overcoming last mile challenges. Israel is the Vice President of the Logistics and Last Mile Delivery Platforms at Via, where he oversees all facets of Via’s logistics-related business. About Israel Duanis Israel Duanis is the Vice President of the Logistics and …
 
The complexity of the supply chain can be daunting. Everything from distribution to data crunching requires dedicated attention that can be overwhelming unless you have the right tools in place or the right partners to back you up. Marty Wadle, Chief Commercial Officer and Paul Jensen, Senior Vice President of Supply Chain Solutions for Ruan, join …
 
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