Supply Chain Knowlegde Booster

Logistics Bureau

In this webinar Rob O’Byrne will reveal:

1. Why so many essential knowledge gaps exist.
2. The secret sauces that consultants try to bring to their clients.
3. The role of Supply Chain Leaders Academy in sharing these secrets.
4. What success and benefits Supply Chain Leaders Academy members now enjoy!
5.How you or your team members can gain easy access to this ‘share all’ environment.
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Spotlight

As modern warehouses, distribution facilities and E-commerce facilities grow in demand, many industry challenges, both old and new, are becoming more apparent. Labor issues continue to be a growing concern, volume demand is continuing to rise, and consumers are looking for their products sooner rather than later.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Climate change: beyond mitigation - how can we safeguard supply chains and ensure security of supply for customers?

European Freight Leaders Forum

Starting with insight into how shippers are thinking about climate change and whether it is impacting their decisions, we then welcome logistics specialist Alan McKinnon and Head of Climate Impact Team Christoph Matulla to explain what meteorology can tell us about the nature and extent of climate change in simple and clear terms. How vulnerable will our supply chains be to climate change? How can we protect our logistics assets and infrastructure across all modes? Can we develop holistic climate resilience strategies for freight transport?
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Digital Marketing Transformation Trends in Transportation & Logistics

Transportation Marketing and Sales Association

The pace at which innovation happens is getting faster it's moving in exponential ways as opposed to a linear progression. This trend certainly has a deep impact on marketing, sales, and the overall buyer journey. Attend this webinar and you will learn: Steps for formalizing your current state customer journey map.
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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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Bus to the Future: Imagining public transport in 2030 and beyond – and the changes needed now to ensure we get there

Watch this webinar to hear panellists discuss visions for the future of buses and public transport in major urban environments, with a specific focus on delivering a next generation customer experience; ensuring speed and efficiency of end-to-end journeys; and the implementation of a truly sustainable transport network.This panel discussion brought together industry experts from a range of backgrounds to share perspectives on the future of buses and public transport in major urban environments.
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Spotlight

As modern warehouses, distribution facilities and E-commerce facilities grow in demand, many industry challenges, both old and new, are becoming more apparent. Labor issues continue to be a growing concern, volume demand is continuing to rise, and consumers are looking for their products sooner rather than later.

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