Securing Truck Capacity When Trucks are Scarce

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With over-the-road truck capacity becoming harder to find and more expensive to secure, the trade-offs of growing your freight transportation becomes difficult and expensive. In the upcoming Securing Truck Capacity When Trucks Are Scarce Webinar, a panel of transportation experts will demonstrate how big data, including capacity trends and spot market rates, can help you to forecast, model and secure adequate capacity at predictable prices.
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Spotlight

In this exclusive GAMECHANGER interview, Stanton Chase Los Angeles Managing Director Pete Deragon speaks with Dr. Noel Hacegaba, Deputy Executive Director at Port of Long Beach. The Port of Long Beach in southern California is the 9th largest port in the world, and 40% of America’s waterborne imports coming through this gateway.


OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

A Historic Step in Supply Chain Due Diligence: The French Duty of Vigilance Law

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After four years of debate, France has adopted one of the most broad measures to date holding companies accountable for the adverse human rights and environmental impacts of their supply chains.
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Segura Webinar on Demand: Maximising Rebate Collection From Your Manufacturing Supply

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This one-hour education webinar, sponsored by APICS Tampa Bay (http://www.apicstampabay.org), is designed to introduce you to the fundamentals of Supply Chain Management. We will explore the areas associated with a typical supply chain. 
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Supply Chain Series Webinar: Human Trafficking and Forced Labour

Sedex Supply Chain

The Modern Day Slavery webinar presents the latest thinking on the risks and manifestations of human trafficking and other forms of forced labour in the supply chains of multinational enterprises. It includes insights on the root causes, how workers are affected, and indicators of forced labour in factories and on farms.
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Material Handling 101

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A free webinar offered by the Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (GTSCL). During the webinar, Lee Hales introduced a unique, step-by-step, systematic approach to making material handling decisions. The method serves as an ideal way for someone who doesn’t have any formal material handling training to get up to speed on fundamental material handling principles and concepts, classifications of material handling equipment, Systematic Handling Analysis (SHA), material handling evaluations, selections, and continuous improvements. The webinar also provides a preview of our "Material Handling 101: Fundamentals, Analysis and Selection" course being held April 8-9 for 2015 on the Georgia Tech campus.
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Spotlight

In this exclusive GAMECHANGER interview, Stanton Chase Los Angeles Managing Director Pete Deragon speaks with Dr. Noel Hacegaba, Deputy Executive Director at Port of Long Beach. The Port of Long Beach in southern California is the 9th largest port in the world, and 40% of America’s waterborne imports coming through this gateway.

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