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The Logistics of Logistics is a podcast hosted by industry expert Joe Lynch. Joe interviews founders, executives, and innovators who are shaping the future of logistics and supply chain. Topics include transportation, logistics, warehousing, technology, supply chain, and ecommerce. The Logistics of Logistics audience expects an inside perspective of what’s next in logistics and supply chain delivered via podcasts, videos, and articles.

Topics include:

Transportation Topics

Small package, Small parcel, Air Cargo, Ocean Shipping, Ocean freight, Bulk carriers, Cargo ships, Container ships, Tankers (ocean tankers), Refrigerated ships (reefers), Roll-on/roll-off ships, Multi-purpose ship, General cargo ship, Break bulk cargo, General cargo, Less Than Truckload, LTL, Tractor,
Trailers, Tractor-trailers, 48-foot trailer, 53-foot trailer, Truck lift-gate, Truck terminals, Truckload (TL),
Full Truckload (FTL), Freight, Palleted freight, Pallets, Fleet acquisition, Equipment, Drivers, Truck Drivers, Driver leasing, Driver training, Driver safety, Hours of Service (HOS), Electronic Logging Device (ELD), Driver outsourcing, Dedicated Contract Carriage (DCC) Carrier contract, Spot rates, Contract rates, Pickup and delivery, Carrier Instructions, Freight characteristics, Dock management, Intermodal, Containerization, Containers, Final mile, Last mile, Rail transportation

Warehousing Topics

Warehouse storage, manufacturers, importers, exporters, wholesalers, transport businesses, customs, Pick and Pack, Sub-assembly, Site Location, Distribution Center Management, Inbound shipping, Outbound shipping, Receiving, Putaway, Put-away, Order processing, Replenishment, Pulling, Restocking, Picking, Validation, Sorting, Distribution Center Management System (DCMS), Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI), Supply, Demand, Inventory, Inventory Management, Cross-docking, Cross-dock, Ecommerce fulfillment, Fulfillment, Packaging

Logistics Topics

3rd party logistics, 3PL, 4th party logistics, 4PL, Just-in-Time (JIT), Payment auditing, Freight auditing, Payment Processing, Freight brokerage, Freight broker, Digital freight brokerage, Digital freight broker, Transparency, Visibility

Special Topics

Direct to Home, Direct to Store, Sustainability, Green Logistics, Reverse Logistics, Product Lifecycle Management, Supply Chain Security Analysis, Contingency planning, Crisis Planning, Global Expansion, Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ), Logistics Consulting, Transportation Consulting, Import / Export, Customs, Labor Management, Marketing Services, Customer Service

Technology Topics

Supply chain technology, Freighttech, Freight tech, Freight technology, EDI, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Predictive Analytics, Technology Services, Web Services, Global Trade Management (GTM), Transportation Management System (TMS), Warehouse Management System (WMS), Supplier Management, Customer Management, Cloud Based Solutions, Wireless

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The Logistics of Logistics is a podcast hosted by industry expert Joe Lynch. Joe interviews founders, executives, and innovators who are shaping the future of logistics and supply chain. Topics include transportation, logistics, warehousing, technology, supply chain, and ecommerce. The Logistics of Logistics audience expects an inside perspective of what’s next in logistics and supply chain delivered via podcasts, videos, and articles.

Topics include:

Transportation Topics

Small package, Small parcel, Air Cargo, Ocean Shipping, Ocean freight, Bulk carriers, Cargo ships, Container ships, Tankers (ocean tankers), Refrigerated ships (reefers), Roll-on/roll-off ships, Multi-purpose ship, General cargo ship, Break bulk cargo, General cargo, Less Than Truckload, LTL, Tractor,
Trailers, Tractor-trailers, 48-foot trailer, 53-foot trailer, Truck lift-gate, Truck terminals, Truckload (TL),
Full Truckload (FTL), Freight, Palleted freight, Pallets, Fleet acquisition, Equipment, Drivers, Truck Drivers, Driver leasing, Driver training, Driver safety, Hours of Service (HOS), Electronic Logging Device (ELD), Driver outsourcing, Dedicated Contract Carriage (DCC) Carrier contract, Spot rates, Contract rates, Pickup and delivery, Carrier Instructions, Freight characteristics, Dock management, Intermodal, Containerization, Containers, Final mile, Last mile, Rail transportation

Warehousing Topics

Warehouse storage, manufacturers, importers, exporters, wholesalers, transport businesses, customs, Pick and Pack, Sub-assembly, Site Location, Distribution Center Management, Inbound shipping, Outbound shipping, Receiving, Putaway, Put-away, Order processing, Replenishment, Pulling, Restocking, Picking, Validation, Sorting, Distribution Center Management System (DCMS), Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI), Supply, Demand, Inventory, Inventory Management, Cross-docking, Cross-dock, Ecommerce fulfillment, Fulfillment, Packaging

Logistics Topics

3rd party logistics, 3PL, 4th party logistics, 4PL, Just-in-Time (JIT), Payment auditing, Freight auditing, Payment Processing, Freight brokerage, Freight broker, Digital freight brokerage, Digital freight broker, Transparency, Visibility

Special Topics

Direct to Home, Direct to Store, Sustainability, Green Logistics, Reverse Logistics, Product Lifecycle Management, Supply Chain Security Analysis, Contingency planning, Crisis Planning, Global Expansion, Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ), Logistics Consulting, Transportation Consulting, Import / Export, Customs, Labor Management, Marketing Services, Customer Service

Technology Topics

Supply chain technology, Freighttech, Freight tech, Freight technology, EDI, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Predictive Analytics, Technology Services, Web Services, Global Trade Management (GTM), Transportation Management System (TMS), Warehouse Management System (WMS), Supplier Management, Customer Management, Cloud Based Solutions, Wireless

    Tracking Medical Shipments with Alex Guillen

    Tracking Medical Shipments with Alex Guillen

    Alex Guillen and Joe Lynch discuss tracking medical shipments. Alex is the Director of Sales, Life Science and Pharma Europe at Tive, the leading provider of real-time supply chain visibility insights that help logistics professionals actively manage their in-transit shipments’ location and condition.
    About Alex Guillen Alex Guillen is an established executive with a proven record in global business and market development, with well-rounded experience in multicultural sales management and brand building. Alex has extensive experience and expertise in cold chain; as Director of Sales, Life Science and Pharma at Tive, Alex leads sales and business development within the company's rapid-growth Life Science division. Previously, Guillen served as a Board Member and leader of Corporate Strategy at SWITRACE S.A, a developer of temperature and humidity data loggers compliant to the Pharma and Biotech industries. Alex's extensive experience also includes serving as Global Cold Chain Director of Fisher Clinical Services, CEO of Escort Cold Chain Solutions SA, and Director for Commercial Operations for Novartis Vaccines.

    About Tive Tive is a leading provider of real-time supply chain visibility insights that help logistics professionals actively manage their in-transit shipments’ location and condition. With Tive, shippers and logistics service providers (LSP) eliminate preventable delays, damage, and shipment failures. Tive‘s solution provides data generated by its industry-leading trackers allowing clients to actively optimize their shipments, improve their customers’ experience, and unlock supply chain insights in an actionable real-time manner.
    Key Takeaways: Tracking Medical Shipments

    Alex Guillen is the Director of Sales, Life Science and Pharma Europe for Tive, which provides in-transit visibility solutions that help shipping and logistics professionals manage their shipments and eliminate preventable delays and damage. In the podcast interview, Joe and Alex discuss the critical importance of tracking medical shipments, including: Commercial pharmaceuticals Clinical pharmaceuticals Medical cold chain Cryogenic Organ transplants The bar is higher for medical and pharmaceutical shipments because a shipment that is late or out of temperature range could cause loss of life.The Tive Tracker is about the size of a deck of cards and it captures and transmits shipment data in real time with unprecedented accuracy. The Tracker provide real time alerts that enable shippers and their 3PL partners to respond and recover the shipment in the case of temperature breech, tampering, shock, damage, theft, and a variety of other factors. Tive enables shippers and their carrier partners to move from reactive to proactive, which is so important when transporting medical/pharma shipments. Tive provides flexible, scalable solutions bringing end-to-end visibility to supply chain professionals. In additional to medical and pharma, Tive provides solutions for the following supply chain problem areas: Location Tracking for High-Value Goods Chemicals Condition Monitoring Handling Damage Monitoring Damage Alerts for Electronics Shipments Port Delays Environmental Monitoring for Perishables Equipment Delivery Monitoring Automotive Supply Chain Optimization Learn More About Tracking Medical Shipments Alex's LinkedIn
    Tive LinkedIn
    Tive website
    The Tive Story with Krenar Komoni
    Every Shipment Matters with Jim Waters - YouTube
    Tive Solo 5G Pharma Tracker
    Tive Solo 5G Pharma Non-Lithium Tracker
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    • 50 min
    Walmart Transportation with Doug Estrada

    Walmart Transportation with Doug Estrada

    Doug Estrada and Joe Lynch discuss Walmart transportation. Doug is a Senior Director of Supply Chain at Walmart Stores Inc.
    About Doug Estrada Douglas Estrada is a Senior Director of Supply Chain at Walmart Stores Inc. A graduate of Doane University in Crete, NE. Doug Estrada has 30 plus years of experience in Supply Chain with the last 20 years of supporting Walmart Stores, Inc. Doug has held various supply chain roles with the Walmart Private Fleet as well as working Internationally for Walmart in Central America in setting up the Retail Transportation Supply Chain Network for Walmart in several Central American Countries. Doug currently leads the Great Lakes / Upper Midwest Transportation Region for Walmart overseeing 15 Transportation Distribution Centers with over 2000 Walmart Drivers that support Stores and Clubs in that part of the country. Doug has been a board member of the  Washington DC Metro Police Foundation since 2016 and sits on the Advisory Board for Truckers Against Trafficking. Doug and his wife Lisa of 31 years reside in Bentonville, AR and have three adult children.
    About Walmart Sixty years ago, Sam Walton started a single mom-and-pop shop and transformed it into the world’s biggest retailer. Since those founding days, one thing has remained consistent: our commitment to helping our customers save money so they can live better. Today, we’re reinventing the shopping experience and our associates are at the heart of it. When you join our Walmart family of brands (Sam's Club, Bonobos, Moosejaw and many more!), you’ll play a crucial role in shaping the future of retail, improving millions of lives around the world. This is that place where your passions meet purpose. Join our family and build a career you’re proud of.
    Key Takeaways: Walmart Transportation Douglas Estrada is a Senior Director of Supply Chain at Walmart, the largest retailer in the world. In the podcast interview, Doug and Joe discuss Walmart transportation along with Walmart’s vast network of carriers and brokers. The Average Walmart Supercenter receives the following in
    20-40 Walmart truckloads (private fleet) 200 shipment from UPS or other carrier Walmart private fleet consists of:
    12K plus tractors 65-80K trailers 13K plus drivers Walmart is hiring for drivers, distribution, and fulfillment: www.drive4walmart.com Walmart is not only the largest retailer, they are also one of the largest shippers and their best practices often become industry best practices. Walmart pioneered the use of the OTIF metric, which stands for on-time and in-full – meaning the shipment arrived on-time and everything that was supposed to deliver was included with the shipment (in-full). Walmart Inc. engages in the operation of retail, wholesale, and other units worldwide. The company operates through three segments: Walmart U.S., Walmart International, and Sam's Club. Walmart operates supercenters, supermarkets, hypermarkets, warehouse clubs, cash and carry stores, and discount stores; membership-only warehouse clubs; ecommerce websites, such as walmart.com, walmart.com.mx, walmart.ca, flipkart.com, and samsclub.com; and mobile commerce applications. Walmart operates approximately 10,500 stores and various ecommerce websites under 46 banners in 24 countries. The company was formerly known as Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and changed its name to Walmart Inc. in February 2018. The company was founded in 1945 and is based in Bentonville, Arkansas. Learn More About Walmart Transportation Doug's LinkedIn
    Walmart LinkedIn
    Walmart: Drivers & Transportation
    Truckers Against Trafficking 
    Walmart: Sustainability
    Supply Chain Lessons From NW Arkansas with Donnie Williams
    The True Cost of OTIF Failure with Andrew Lynch
    Children's Miracle Network, Walmart Raise Awareness For Children's Hospitals with "Champions Across America"
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    • 1 hr 1 min
    The Zergratran Story with Byron Bennett

    The Zergratran Story with Byron Bennett

    Byron Bennett and Joe Lynch discuss the Zergratran story. Byron is the Founder and CEO of Zergratran, an innovative and sustainable high-capacity transportation company that is building the world’s first tunnel to expedite shipping goods between the North Atlantic and the North Pacific. In doing so it will offer faster, smarter, safer and cheaper solutions to existing alternatives.
    About Byron Bennett
    Byron Bennett is the Founder and CEO of Zergratran. Byron is a graduate of The Wharton School with a background in entrepreneurship, finance, capital raising and strategic planning and, most recently, a founder of multiple fintech companies. He built a network of early stage investors and six thousand LinkedIn followers through successful capital raising efforts and popular businesses like The Chocolate Library and Discovery Wines, both in the East Village of New York City. Prior to Zergratran, Byron was the CEO of Liquidity 10X (L10X)r, a fintech company that helped startups raise capital through Reg D and Reg A filings. Prior to L10X, Byron was the CEO of Collective Wisdom Technologies (CWT), a crowd-driven platform for funding seed stage companies (filed Reg A+ offering). Prior to CWT, Byron was CEO of Springtime Solutions, a lead generation platform for banks and marketplace lending companies; accepted into the INV Fintech accelerator run by Bank Innovation and Fiserv. Byron is passionate about entrepreneurship and teaches entrepreneurship classes on www.outschool.com. He regularly mentors entrepreneurs and maintains a 30+ year strong relationship with NFTE - Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship https://www.nfte.com/. Byron holds a BS in Economics from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
    About Zergratran Zergratran is an innovative and sustainable high-capacity transportation company that is building the world’s first tunnel to expedite shipping goods between the North Atlantic and the North Pacific. In doing so it will offer faster, smarter, safer and cheaper solutions to existing alternatives. Led by a visionary team of engineers and Wharton and Harvard scholars, Zergratran is an impact-driven company that uses emerging technologies to revolutionize the future of logistics as well as leverage its global economic and environmental impact. Our goal is to create a better, smarter, healthier and more efficient world, to build a legacy and a better future for humanity. Zergratran develop and manage ESG and technology focused infrastructure projects  that will boost the efficiency of the global shipping and transportation system. It will start with Puerto Internacional Las Americas (PILA) in northern Colombia, a project which will use Maglev technology to  transfer shipping containers between ports on the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans through an underground tunnel.
    Key Takeaways: The Zergratran Story Byron Bennett is the Founder and CEO of Zergratran, which develops and manages ESG and technology-focused infrastructure projects around the world that boost the efficiency of the global shipping and transportation system. In the podcast interview, Joe and Byron discuss Zergratran’s first project, a cheaper, faster, and cleaner alternative to the Panama Canal. Zergratran’s first project is Puerto Internacional Las Americas (PILA) in northern Colombia. The project will develop new ports on the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and transfer shipping containers through an underground tunnel system. The Panama Canal is critically important to world trade and unfortunately container ships are currently waiting 12 days to cross the canal. The Panama Canal bottleneck is causing supply chain disruptions worldwide and constraining global trade. The Zergratran Vision for eliminating the Panama Canal bottleneck is below: “Imagine a 13,000+ TEU container ship that can’t pass through the Panama Canal unloads at our North Pacific port. We transfer the containers across to our North Atlantic port in 15 minutes usi

    • 43 min
    The Routeique Story with Mike Allan

    The Routeique Story with Mike Allan

    Mike Allan and Joe Lynch discuss the Routeique story. Mike is the President and CEO at Routeique, a software as a service (SAAS) company that enable fast-moving consumer goods businesses to save time and money, innovate faster, be more competitive, avoid costly  mistakes, de-risk decisions, and satisfy ever-growing customer expectations— by providing them with unprecedented supply chain insight, foresight, and oversight.
    About Mike Allan Mike Allan is the President and CEO at Routeique, a cloud-based software platform for managing the logistics and delivery operation - both in the office, and in the field. The Routeique platform offers complete management of customers, orders, invoices, vendors, products, routes and fleet. Routeique is offered as SAAS (Software As A Service) and requires no special hardware or software and no IT staff or technical resources.
    About Routique Routeique gives fast-moving consumer goods businesses unprecedented supply chain insight, foresight and oversight. Routique partners with them to using transparency to make their enterprises more efficient, competitive, sustainable, responsive, and profitable than ever before. Routeique was founded in 2016, with the core team working in the back office of a Western Canadian distribution centre. The two Routeique cofounders, Mike and Scott, met through an executive forum, where they discussed issues and challenges in the supply chain space. One of the topics that continued to come up was how limited data and visibility were impacting decision-making. Scott noted that many businesses in the space were facing, “death by a thousand cuts, without knowing where the cuts were.” After realizing the solutions on the market weren’t cutting it, our co-founders decided to design the supply chain technology they needed to run the operation effectively. With Scott’s expertise in the warehousing space and Mike’s expertise in technology, they first created an order portal and increased the number of tools from there.  Since Day 1, the goal has been to enable fast-moving consumer goods businesses to save time and money, innovate faster, be more competitive, avoid costly mistakes, de-risk decisions, and satisfy ever-growing customer expectations.
    Key Takeaways: The Routique Story with Mike Allan Mike Allan is the President and CEO at Routeique, a software as a service (SAAS) company that enable fast-moving consumer goods businesses to save time and money, innovate faster, be more competitive, avoid costly  mistakes, de-risk decisions, and satisfy ever-growing customer expectations— by providing them with unprecedented supply chain insight, foresight, and oversight. In the podcast interview, Joe and Mike discuss the founding of Routique along with Mike’s insights on the increasingly important omni-channel delivery market. Routique’s motto is “X-Ray vision for supply chain visionaries.” Routeique is more than just a a software company. They unravel complexity, iron out wrinkles, and find better ways to do business. They are supply chain experts with the mother of all digital platforms. Routeique serves shippers, carriers, 3PLs, and distributors. Routeique was founded within one of North America's largest fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) networks'. The Routique team understand how complex the relationships really are within these networks, and help our clients configure their technology to ensure compliance and service delivery. The Routique team is used to providing service directly to clients and their partners - to help them achieve digital transformation. Learn More About The Routique Story Mike's LinkedIn
    Routique LinkedIn
    Routeique
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    • 57 min
    Logistics Buyers Survey with Jim Bierfeldt

    Logistics Buyers Survey with Jim Bierfeldt

    Jim Bierfeldt and Joe Lynch dicuss logistics buyers survey. Jim is the Founder and President of Logistics Marketing Advisors, a full-service marketing agency exclusively focused on helping logistics businesses drive profitable growth.
    About Jim Bierfeldt Jim Bierfeldt is the Founder and President of Logistics Marketing Advisors. Jim has had a 35-year career in marketing and communications, including 25+ within the logistics industry. He ran marketing for a large 3PL before launching his own marketing agency, Logistics Marketing Advisors, which focuses exclusively on providing marketing strategy and services to logistics businesses.  His expertise includes strategic planning, brand positioning, advertising, public relations, website strategy and design, and development of white papers, case studies and other content. Jim has worked with both smaller, regional logistics companies and multi-billion dollar global firms, all of whom benefit from his unique combination of marketing expertise and logistics industry knowledge. Jim holds a Masters Degree in Communications from Fordham University and has been an active in CSCMP, WERC and the IWLA. His hobbies include running (including multiple marathons).
    About Logistics Marketing Advisors Logistics Marketing Advisors (LMA) is a full-service marketing agency exclusively focused on helping logistics businesses drive profitable growth. Our niche focus gives us the industry understanding and contacts required to market effectively to logistics decision makers. We’re a HubSpot-certified, inbound marketing agency with the following specialties: branding and positioning strategy, lead generation, web design and development, content marketing, public relations, and creation of branded and educational content like videos, case studies, white papers and other sales support materials. LMA’s approach recognizes that logistics services today are BOUGHT, not sold. Marketing tactics that interrupt and annoy busy logistics executives get ignored. These buyers now have access to a wealth of information and do their own research on how to solve supply chain problems, and what providers can do to help. At LMA, we help logistics businesses get found by prospects during this research phase. Instead of building a marketing engine to solicit, we build an engine that naturally attracts the best prospects. The best way to do that is with helpful, provocative content that leads prospects to conclude, for themselves, that your company has the best solution for their specific challenge.
    Key Takeaways: Logistics Buyers Survey Jim Bierfeldt is the President of Logistics Marketing Advisors, a full-service marketing agency exclusively focused on helping logistics businesses drive profitable growth. In the podcast interview, Jim shared some of the findings from the logistics buyers survey that his firm publishes every other year since 2014. Jim and his team have done the research to really understand what shippers want from their 3PL. The survey results are available for free within the “Marketing Logistics Services” download on The LMA website. Below are a few of the survey questions that LMA asked people who buy 3PL services: When it comes to choosing a logistics product or service provider, which statement best describes your attitude and priority? Which sources of information do you rely on to stay current on logistics management strategies, service providers, and logistics industry news? Think about the last time you proactively reached out to a logistics business (that was not a current supplier) to learn more or to discuss a project. What led you to reach out? How do you prefer to be contacted by a logistics business? The survey results along with expert insights are contained in an easy to read 19 page PDF report available on LMA’s home page. The report is completely free, no obligation, they don’t even ask for your contact information. Logistics Marketing Advisors designs and exec

    • 51 min
    Ecommerce's Dirty Little Secret with Aaron Schwartz

    Ecommerce's Dirty Little Secret with Aaron Schwartz

    Aaron Schwartz and Joe Lynch discuss ecommerce's dirty little secret. Aaron is the President of Loop, a post-purchase platform that enables brands to transform returns into exchanges.
    About Aaron Schwartz Aaron Schwartz is the President of Loop with an extensive history working, advising, and investing in startups. With 10+ years in modern Commerce, Aaron’s focus tends to be on all things go to market, fundraising, strategy, and helping founders navigate emotionally through the early stages of company building. As a 3x founder himself, Aaron’s passion for Commerce has led him to his position at Loop today. Aaron received his undergraduate degree from Columbia University, and his masters from the University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business. He joined Loop in April of 2021.
    About Loop Loop is a post-purchase platform that enables Shopify's biggest brands, such as Allbirds, FIGS, Princess Polly and Chubbies, to transform returns into exchanges. Based in Columbus, Ohio, the company helps over 1,200 brands increase customer loyalty, retain more revenue, and lower reverse logistics costs. Through innovative features like Instant Exchanges, Shop Now, and Bonus Credit, Loop has helped merchants retain more than $400 million in revenue over the past five years.
    Key Takeaways: Ecommerce's Dirty Little Secret Aaron Schwartz is the President of Loop, a post-purchase platform that enables brands to transform returns into exchanges. In the podcast interview, Joe and Aaron discuss ecommerce’s dirty little secret, which is returns. Ecommerce buyers return up to 30% of online purchases – the number varies greatly by product and company, but it is a problem for everyone. Loop specializes in returns and they have made a science of it. Loop’s goal is to change returns into exchanges. Loop manages the pixels, not the parcels meaning they are a technology company and they utilize the 3PL specified by the brand. Most brands focus on sales, marketing, and fulfillment and the returns process and costs are overlooked. Loop’s platform completely integrates with their customer’s systems, which enables Loop to manage the return process. Loop’s technology integration and seamless handling of the return process has the following advantages: Enables brands to focus on growing their business. Loop’s online return process is a nice experience for consumers and they are often convinced to exchange the product rather than ask for a return. When a return is transformed into an exchange, customer satisfaction rises, and the brand makes more money. Learn More About Ecommerce's Dirty Little Secret Aaron’s LinkedIn
    Loop's LinkedIn
    Loop
    2022 Ecommerce Returns Benchmark Report
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