Why enterprise (ERP) solutions are poorly designed to effectively manage global trade. How integrating information flows between internal departments, external actors and transportation and trade compliance provides exceptional operating efficiencies. How accounts and products can be centrally managed to support both transportation and trade compliance. How global supply chain visibility and visualization supports organizational communication and collaboration.
Many of the goods imported into the U.S. rely on intricate, finely-tuned, international supply chains. When the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on international supply networks that caused shortages, price increases, and instilled plenty of worry in consumers, it also set in motion more conversation about the emerging future of supply chains. But how did we get here? In this webinar, participants will learn more about the past, present, and future of supply chains and freight systems, including how supply chains have changed over time, evolving types of freight providers, autonomous freight advancements, and public policy changes. The presentation, which is also the TRB 2022 Deen Lecture, will be led by Anne Strauss-Wieder and discussion will be facilitated by Lillian Borrone.
Being an importer of record places regulatory responsibilities on your organization. Learn what is required, risks and liabilities, record keeping requirements, and why a properly executed power of attorney and Customs bond is important.
Improving operations is a must for 3PL warehouses looking to save time, stay competitive and grow their businesses. Knowing where and how to improve is the key to establishing best practices to make your 3PL more successful than ever before.