Logistics

The world is in flux.   Current global trade is threatened by changing
  • Economic (labor costs, trade restrictions, currency and interest rate adjustments) and geo-political situations (terrorism, a USA presidential election with potential isolation issues with TPP and a new UK prime minister facing BREXIT),
  • Supplier changes (trade alliances, excess capacity, new ocean alliances and the precarious financial position of many transportation providers.
  • Customer demands (faster delivery at lower costs, and longer payment terms)
What are the risks to your company as it may face or already facing shrinking margins?
What are the potential solutions that a logistician may deploy to help your company cope, plan, and leverage the global turmoil to your advantage?
Listen to our panel of manufacturers, shippers, 3PLs, IT Solutions providers, and fixed asset carriers discuss what you may expect in the future and how you may position your organization to win.
Gene Ochi (Moderator)

Gene Ochi (Moderator)

Former EVP of UTi Worldwide
Alex Bajorinas

Alex Bajorinas

Senior Manager, EY
Ravi Dosanjh

Ravi Dosanjh

EVP, NNR Global Logistics
Jeff Davidson

Jeff Davidson

Vice President, Commerce & Fulfillment Solutions, Ingram Micro
Carl Asmus

Carl Asmus

Vice President, Global Supply Chain Solutions & Market Development, FedEx
Inna Kuznetsova

Inna Kuznetsova

President &COO, INTTRA