Welcome to the Freight Project Podcast! Cerasis is excited to bring expert voices from around the world in the supply chain, logistics, transportation, and freight to give you unique insights into what it takes to effectively optimize your supply chain so that you may reduce costs and increase efficiency. You’ll hear from experts here at Cerasis but also experts in the fields of transportation technology, warehouse management, yard management, supply chain technology, carriers, shippers, and more! We hope you enjoy the Freight Project podcast. You can subscribe and find this podcast on Apple iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Soundcloud, and iHeartRadio! We’ll publish every Tuesday right on the Cerasis blog and Freight Institute. We hope you enjoy!
Building a Life of Logistics Love & Preparedness: From the Military to Civilian Logistics
On today’s The Freight Project Podcast episode, I welcome Charles Walker, VP of Logistics Business Development for Aurora Global Solutions.
Charles will talk about his love of logistics, which was first felt during his long career working in logistics and supply chain in 1984 when he joined the US Army.
Charles will talk about what he’s learned from the military side of logistics and how he’s applying that today as a practitioner in the civilian world at Aurora Global solutions. This is a must-listen episode for those who want to learn a lot of wisdom and love logistics themselves.
Case Study: How Freight Tech Innovation Provided Efficiency & Reduced Freight Costs
On today’s The Freight Project Podcast episode, I welcome Jaron Klopstein, VP of Motus Logistics, a reseller of Cerasis technology and solution. On the episode, Jaron will discuss the case study, which won Cerasis and Motus the SMC3/Logistics Management Alliance Award for 2020, of two Cerasis customers Jaron was able to help solve problems for through the ideation of a collaborative technology solution including not only Cerasis but another freight technology provider.
The Growing Influence of Content Marketing in the Supply Chain
On today’s The Freight Project Podcast episode, I welcome Sarah Barnes. Sarah is a longtime practitioner in the supply chain with strong ties to the industry originating in a family business focusing on the space. Sarah has worked at a 3PL, launching an innovative podcast there before venturing out on her own. She’s on the podcast today to share her knowledge about the increase in content marketing in the supply chain. She’ll share her deep insights of not only providing clients these services but how to stand out above the noise.
While you are here, make sure you check out Sarah’s leading industry platform, which includes many media assets, including her own podcast, over at “Let’s Talk Supply Chain!”
I hope you enjoy this exciting episode of “The Freight Project Podcast!”
The State of the Freight Forwarding Industry & The Rise of Management Platforms
On today’s The Freight Project Podcast episode, I welcome Miles Varghese, CEO & Co-Founder of the freight forwarding management platform, CargoLogik. In the episode, Miles and I will discuss the current state of the freight forwarding industry and how more forwarders are using SaaS-based management platforms to compete & bring efficiencies to their business.
Shipping Rates for 2020: What does the Crystal Ball Say?
On today’s "The Freight Project Podcast" episode, I welcome back, for a fourth time, Kevin Hill, Co-Founder & President of CarrierLists & Director of Research at FreightWaves. Kevin and Adam Robinson will talk about where are things going in the world of freight by discussing activity in the industry and how the market will impact shipping rates for 2020.
Robotics Process Automation (RPA): The Next Game Changer in Logistics
On today’s “The Freight Project Podcast,” I welcome Matt Motsick, CEO of RPA Labs, a full-service robotics process automation, AKA, RPA, solution for the logistics industry, developing software bots to automate processes, documents, and emails.
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The host could probably stand to plug the business less. It is a little cringe-worth and makes each episode feel like an inauthentic infomercial. But there’s actually pretty good content provided by the subject matter experts, so try not to be too turned off by the presentation.
Was just what I was looking for!