Putting safety back where it belongs

Lloyd's List - Maritime Intelligence

Shipping’s commitment to fulfil climate change obligations has had an unintended consequence: continuing investment to enhance safety is often a secondary consideration. History teaches us that accidents and incidents rise when competing issues – such as new technology or emissions reduction – take over management time and effort.Shipping is one of the most dangerous activities in transportation, so safety must be placed first at every level of an organisation. What’s getting in the way and why?
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Spotlight

The imbalance between supply and demand costs companies millions of dollars every year in lost customer opportunities, excess inventory carrying costs, expedited rates or excessive discounting to purge of excess inventory. The current economic climate and global pressures are forcing companies to reevaluate their internal processes and incorporate leading practices into their internal business process to stay ahead of the competition and improve upon operation efficiencies. Dramatic demand pattern changes, new product introductions, promotions and changing customer landscapes can wreak havoc on the demand and supply equations

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Turn Freight Rate Insights into Action

Xeneta

Understanding the ocean freight market, rate trends and how certain factors influence them can be a complex task. Making strategic procurement decisions in a volatile market can be even more uncertain. See how you can leverage historical data and insights to give you the confidence in your negotiations with suppliers. Watch this 30-minute webinar and learn how historical ocean freight rates can influence preparation for your RFQ/tendering negotiations in 2019.
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Enable a Purpose-Driven Supply Chain to Boost Stakeholder Value

Customers, employees and partners increasingly expect companies to strive for more than just profit and shareholder value. They want to do business with purpose-driven enterprises that generate long-term durable profits while always making a positive societal impact. The supply chain can play a central role in this evolving new mission. This complimentary webinar will help supply chain executives take a more prominent role in enabling the purpose-driven enterprise by connecting customers to products, amplifying enterprise purpose through collaboration, and developing a purpose-driven culture. We also look at why metrics and the purpose-action gap can pose barriers to enabling enterprise purpose.
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How Electric Trucks, Big Data & Connectivity are Changing the Freight Industry

The SmartWay Freight Matters

E-commerce, technology acceleration and increasing demand are driving the freight industry to innovate, address changing customer expectations, improve freight productivity and achieve greater supply chain efficiency. To stay ahead, companies are collaborating with logistics service providers and vehicle and equipment manufacturers to invest in solutions that will help move their products and supplies as quickly, safely and efficiently as possible. This one-hour recording provides insights into technology’s growing influence on transportation and the emergence of electric trucks in last mile, less-than-truckload, and long-haul deliveries. It will help you understand the impact of these changes on the efficiency and sustainability of your company’s freight operations, today, and in the future.
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TRENDS, CHALLENGES, OPPORTUNITIES: HOW TO DEPLOY A DIGITAL SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORK™ FOR ACCELERATED VALUE

One Network Enterprises

This is an interactive discussion with Martijn Lofvers of Supply Chain Movement, and Shirell James, VP EMEA at One Network Enterprises. Martijn and Shirell look at the current state of supply chains, the ongoing supply disruptions, and ask: How can companies mitigate these problems, and position themselves to be more competitive and achieve real financial benefits? Martijn and Shirell discuss a variety of topics
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Spotlight

The imbalance between supply and demand costs companies millions of dollars every year in lost customer opportunities, excess inventory carrying costs, expedited rates or excessive discounting to purge of excess inventory. The current economic climate and global pressures are forcing companies to reevaluate their internal processes and incorporate leading practices into their internal business process to stay ahead of the competition and improve upon operation efficiencies. Dramatic demand pattern changes, new product introductions, promotions and changing customer landscapes can wreak havoc on the demand and supply equations

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