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TPM21 Podcast: Tackling efficiency at Port Tampa Bay
"Efficiency equals savings," reminds Port Tampa Bay Chief Commercial Officer and EVP Raul Alfonso in this interview on the importance of northbound cargo, diversity of investment, and the role of the I-4 Corridor in Central Florida's expanding potential as a freight hub.
TPM21 Podcast: The importance of a more holistic supply chain with Monica Truelsch of Infor
Monica Truelsch of Infor talks about the importance of a more holistic supply chain and how the convergence of supply chain technologies with inventory planning, procurement, and customer service will provide the next great opportunities for companies to increase value.
TPM Podcast: Montreal’s Bird on building for the future
Like ports across North America, the Port Authority of Montreal is working to increase capacity. The new Contrecoeur Container Terminal, being built 40 kilometers downstream from the MPA facilities in Montreal, will host the port’s future growth. Vice President Paul Bird talks about the planning, financing, permitting, and construction of this rare greenfield project.
IHS Markit's Williams and Kwan on tech transformation trends in maritime
Ashlee Williams and James Kwan of IHS Markit explore how technology transforms cumbersome manual processes and provides visibility in maritime, looking at ways accurate, complete, and validated data generated for reporting purposes can also provide a way to explore new business opportunities and enable community and cooperation within the industry.
Breakthrough’s Mueller on data transparency as a vehicle for resiliency
Breakthrough Chief Operating Officer Heather Mueller on procurement strategy, change management, uncovering new opportunities, and leveraging data to create robust shipper-carrier relationships that can respond nimbly to challenges ahead.
Port of Long Beach's Hacegaba gives an inside look on the southern CA supply chain
Beyond TPM: Doctor Noel Hacegaba, deputy executive director and chief operating officer for the Port of Long Beach offers a local perspective on the impact of COVID-19 on the southern California supply chain. He gives an inside look at the extraordinary collaboration among Long Beach’s shippers, shipping lines, and marine terminal operators and discusses how one of the United States’ busiest ports went from “doom and gloom to fast and furious” in 2020.