Freightvine

Freightvine

Hear the latest in freight transportation, supply chain and logistics from the Freightvine podcast.

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May 6, 2021 41 min

To wrap things up, Dr. Inam Iyoob joins Dr. Chris Caplice for the latest North American truckload market rate trends and forecast powered by DAT iQ.

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To wrap things up, Dr. Inam Iyoob joins Dr. Chris Caplice for the latest North American truckload market rate trends and forecast powered by DAT iQ.

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To wrap things up, Dr. Inam Iyoob joins Dr. Chris Caplice for the latest North American truckload market rate trends and forecast powered by DAT iQ.

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To wrap things up, Dr. Inam Iyoob joins Dr. Chris Caplice for the latest North American truckload market rate trends and forecast powered by DAT iQ

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To wrap things up, Dr. Inam Iyoob joins Dr. Chris Caplice for the latest North American truckload market rate trends and forecast powered by DAT iQ

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Dr. Chris Caplice and Kevin Zweier discuss the changing procurement strategies shippers are employing with brokers and carriers due to market volatility caused by COVID-19. These challenges include getting both sides to agree on the benchmarking metrics for rate renegotiation. They also discuss the elements of shifting work, which will likely remain post-pandemic, including video conferencing, broader bid interviews during procurem...

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Dr. Chris Caplice and Marc Boyle discuss the differences between hauling normal freight and high-risk, high-value freight like pharmaceuticals. Marc shares his experience of growing up in a family trucking business. They discuss the impact that new technologies are having on transportation, and what it takes to operate in such a niche market.

 

To wrap up, Dr. Inam Iyoob joins Dr. Chris Caplice for the latest North American trucklo...

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Chris and Kelly discuss changes in freight over the past few decades. How TMS and software automation have enabled strategic thinking. The shift to e-commerce and how direct-to-consumer is here to stay. Why “Last mile” delivery has increasingly become an important part of business operations. And the complicated logistics of USPS picking up from and delivering to hundreds of millions of addresses on a daily basis. 

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Chris speaks with Zach about LMI, Logistics Managers Index. How it started, how it's calculated, and how a shipper, carrier, or broker use the LMI. They also discuss the December LMI report, how the pandemic has impacted the entire global economy, and the shift in supply chain over the last 10 months.

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In this episode Chris, Inam, Ken, and Dean look back on the biggest surprises of 2020 and the adjustments made by shippers. They also talk 2021 forecasts for the freight market, and how the pandemic will continue to affect life. 

To wrap things up, Inam Iyoob joins Chris Caplice for the latest North American truckload market rate trends and forecast powered by DAT iQ.

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In this episode Chris speaks with Shelley Simpson on how JB Hunt has adapted and innovated over the last 25 years, growing to nearly 20,000 drivers and $10 billion in annual revenue. The interview goes into how they have been a mover and shaker in the transportation industry through pushing marketplace adoption of new technologies.

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In this episode Chris speaks with Frank McGuigan on what Transplace customers want, and how the company is different from other, more traditional brokerages that also provide managed services. They also talk through how operations have changed due to COVID-19 and what that means for the future of freight brokerage.

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In this episode Chris Caplice interviews Tim Gagnon & Andrea Serra of C. H. Robinson. They discuss the ins and outs of procurement strategy software, Procure IQ, how the use of analytics has evolved over the last several years, and the impact the current health pandemic is having on procurement strategies.

 

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Chris Caplice is joined by Marc A. Brazeau, the current chairman of the Automotive Industry Action Group’s (AIAG) Connected Vehicle Supply Chain committee and Head of Logistics at FCA. Chris and Brazeau discuss how FCA has adapted to the changes in freight and manufacturing during the pandemic. Brazeau also shares how he balances the use of different transportation modes at FCA. 

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Dan co-founded Convoy in 2015 after stints at Microsoft, Google and Amazon. In this episode, Chris and Dan discuss why Dan chose to start a software company in the trucking industry and Convoy’s approach to being a digital intermediary in transportation. 

 

To wrap things up, Inam Iyoob joins Chris Caplice for the latest North American truckload market rate trends and forecast powered by DAT iQ.

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Jeff Silver has been in the truckload/broker space for over 30 years, first starting American Back-haulers and then Coyote Logistics. In this episode Chris and Jeff discuss changes in the industry over that time. He also talks about his new technology startup, Mastery, the first commercially available TMS for large, scaled brokerages, large shippers, carriers and logistics service providers, and details what he calls the Final Fron...

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Phil West, Director of North America Transportation, and Mark Purdy, Sr. Manager of Dry Transportation at General Mills speak with Chris Caplice about what it’s like to manage transportation for a company serving both retailer/consumers and industrial/restaurants during a pandemic.

To wrap things up, Inam Iyoob joins Chris Caplice for the latest North American truckload market rate trends and forecast powered by DAT iQ.

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Josh Dolan of Cardinal Health speaks with Chris Caplice about what it’s like to manage transportation for a company with a wide portfolio of modes and channels.

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To wrap things up, Inam Iyoob joins Chris Caplice for the latest North American truckload market rate trends and forecast powered by DAT iQ.

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Dr. Jason Miller joins Chris Caplice to discuss his recent research on the effect of truck driver turnover on the freight economy, forecasting transportation prices, and comparing bifurcation of markets in the COVID-19 recession to the 2008 Recession.

To wrap things up, Inam Iyoob joins Chris Caplice for the latest North American truckload market rate trends and forecast powered by DAT iQ.

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Research scientist Dr. Josué C. Velázquez Martínez joins Chris Caplice to discuss findings from the Sustainability Logistics project and the MIT Genesis project, while sharing a business perspective on sustainability in logistics.

 

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