Increase Your Negotiation Power During Ocean Freight Tendering Season

Xeneta

The tendering and bidding season has begun. However, due to the lack of reliable data and multiple bidding rounds, the tendering process can become long and cumbersome. This may not leave you with enough time and resources to focus on what really matters in your supply chain
Watch Now

Spotlight

Every day, perishable goods make their way across domestic, international, and intercontinental routes, through an elaborate supply chain from point of harvest to retail to fulfil worldwide consumption needs. These consumable and non-consumable
products, such as meats, fish, flowers need to be handled and transported in a fast and reliable manner to ensure shipment integrity and minimize any losses. This is largely made possible by air transport which facilitates the movement of perishables
across the world. Though proven to be robust, perishable transport has succumbed to inevitable pressures inflicted on the supply chain by the pandemic, such as capacity
constraints and transport restrictions which significantly impact food loss and waste.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Driver Detention: Time Is Money

FreightWaves

Detention is one of the largest concerns facing drivers and fleets today, costing both time and money. In fact, DAT research revealed that 63 percent of drivers spend more than three hours waiting for their trucks to be loaded or unloaded on average, often leading to them missing subsequent loads as a result. As the adage goes, if the wheels aren’t turning, drivers aren’t earning.
Watch Now

Emerging supply chain risk trends for 2022. And How to Adapt

This in-depth briefing will cover what to expect from continuing supply chain risks, including increasing regulations, risk convergence, and risk evolution. Plus, a look at other challenges on the horizon, including shifts in trade policy that may contribute to further disruptions, the influence of consumer behavior and automation, and lingering Covid-related impacts. It also discusses a new organizational approach to supply chain risk, which suggests key future areas on which to focus, such as the need for end-to-end risk assessments, heightened verification, and new ways to communicate more efficiently throughout the supply chain
Watch Now

DX in the distribution industry. Data and supply chain management in Japan

In order to achieve DX in the distribution industry, it is essential to adapt various digital technologies (demand forecasting, optimization, visualization, efficiency/automation, simulation) to commercial distribution, logistics, finance, and BPO, and make them seamlessly visible. Digital SCM services aim to maximize sales and minimize costs by eliminating dependency to humans, through facilitating supply chain innovation. In this session, we will introduce the key points of digital SCM service provided by Marubeni and its implementation cases, and discuss the future of digital SCM with supply chain experts.
Watch Now

IoT solutions enable the power of data-driven transportation

Intelligent Transport

Watch this webinar to learn about making informed IoT (Internet of Things) enabled transportation decisions regarding the implementation, evolution and integration of rail solutions so that municipalities can take advantage of the power of data-driven transportation. Experts at Kontron address these tough issues to ensure your chosen solution is application-ready; saving yourself time and money.
Watch Now

Spotlight

Every day, perishable goods make their way across domestic, international, and intercontinental routes, through an elaborate supply chain from point of harvest to retail to fulfil worldwide consumption needs. These consumable and non-consumable
products, such as meats, fish, flowers need to be handled and transported in a fast and reliable manner to ensure shipment integrity and minimize any losses. This is largely made possible by air transport which facilitates the movement of perishables
across the world. Though proven to be robust, perishable transport has succumbed to inevitable pressures inflicted on the supply chain by the pandemic, such as capacity
constraints and transport restrictions which significantly impact food loss and waste.

resources