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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

The Logistics of Logistics Joe Lynch

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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

    Solving the $1.8 Trillion Inventory Distortion Problem with Karl Swensen

    Solving the $1.8 Trillion Inventory Distortion Problem with Karl Swensen

    Karl Swensen and Joe Lynch discuss solving the $1.8 trillion distortion inventory problem. Karl is the CEO and Co-founder of Pull Logic, an AI-enabled tech company focused on reducing lost sales for retailers, brands, and manufacturers due failure points in the supply chain and selling processes.
    Summary: Solving the $1.8 Trillion Inventory Distortion Problem In this podcast, Karl Swensen, CEO and Co-founder of Pull Logic, discusses how their AI-enabled technology helps retailers, brands, and manufacturers reduce lost sales by addressing supply chain and selling process failure points. The company focuses on solving the problem of inventory distortion, which is having too much of the wrong inventory and not enough of the right inventory. Pull Logic uses the Product Availability Ratio (PAR) score to optimize inventory management and ensure customers have access to the products they want when they need them. By using data analytics and advanced algorithms, Pull Logic helps businesses identify the right products to stock, increase sales, reduce unproductive inventory, and improve sustainability. The podcast also touches on Karl Swensen's background in industrial and systems engineering and his experience working with major companies in supply chain consulting.
    #InventoryOptimization
    #AIPoweredSupplyChain
    #ReducingLostSales
    About Karl Swensen Karl Swensen is the CEO and Co-founder of Pull Logic, an AI-enabled tech company focused on reducing lost sales for retailers, brands, and manufacturers due failure points in the supply chain and selling processes. Karl is an executive and professional with a proven track record of growing businesses, implementing change, and leveraging digital technologies with a wide range of companies in North America, Asia, and Europe. His expertise is in supply chain, operations, and manufacturing and has worked at the intersection of strategy and technology to maximize results for companies and shareholders. His work in industry, consulting, and with technology companies have given him a unique perspective in understanding the complete picture and future vision and how to implement it, and he has also led large groups of people with revenue and P&L responsibilities.  In his free time, he likes to snow ski, compete with his spin cycle buddies, and travel with his family.
    About Pull Logic Pull Logic is based on research out of the Georgia Institute of Technology and the work of Dr. Benoit Montreuil who leads the Supply Chain and Logistics Institute there and solves the $1.8 trillion problem of “Inventory Distortion” as defined by the retail advisory firm, IHL Group.   Its narrowly focused AI solves this inventory distortion problem of “lost sales” and “unproductive inventory” and has yielded results of up to 30% revenue increase and up to a 50% decrease in unproductive inventory. While the Pull Logic solution is simple to understand and implement, it uses sophisticated algorithms and models based on the customer’s data to predict customer demand and manage inventory more efficiently.    More importantly, it does not replace existing systems but complements and works alongside them to achieve these results and can be implemented in a matter of weeks.
    Key Takeaways: Solving the $1.8 Trillion Inventory Distortion Problem Learn how AI-enabled tech company Pull Logic reduces lost sales for retailers, brands, and manufacturers. Discover how Pull Logic uses AI to solve inventory distortion and improve supply chain efficiency. Understand the concept of creating a pull system rather than the traditional push system in inventory management. Explore how accurate demand forecasting and inventory optimization ensure the right products are available for customers. Gain insights into the massive problem of inventory distortion and its trillion-dollar impact on companies. Learn about the Product Availability Readiness (PAR) concept and how it measures inventory and informs deployment deci

    • 45 min
    The Phoenix Factor: How Arizona Became a Logistics Hub with Chris Camacho

    The Phoenix Factor: How Arizona Became a Logistics Hub with Chris Camacho

    Chris Camacho and Joe Lynch discuss the Phoenix factor: how Arizona became a logistics hub. Chris is President and CEO of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC), an organization working to attract and grow quality businesses in the Greater Phoenix area.
    Summary: The Phoenix Factor: How Arizona Became a Logistics Hub In this podcast, Chris Camacho, President and CEO of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council, discusses how Phoenix has become a thriving logistics hub and a prime location for businesses. He explores the factors contributing to the region's growth, including its strategic location, infrastructure investments, and business-friendly environment. Camacho also delves into the importance of a skilled workforce in supporting advanced manufacturing and the hyper-regionalization of supply chains driven by consumer demand for fast delivery. The podcast highlights the Southwest region's investments in infrastructure, such as the planned I-11 corridor, and how these developments have enabled Phoenix to attract major companies and develop thriving industrial corridors. Lastly, Camacho emphasizes the significance of understanding demographic shifts, population changes, and state policies when corporations evaluate markets and make strategic business decisions.
    #PhoenixLogisticsHub
    #EconomicDevelopmentAZ
    #I11Corridor
    About Chris Camacho Chris Camacho serves as president & CEO of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC), one of the longest-standing public-private partnerships for economic development across the country. As chief executive, Chris leads the development and execution of the region’s strategic economic strategy, oversees domestic and international business development, and ensures the market position remains competitive through coordination with partner organizations, private sector leaders, and municipal and state leadership. GPEC has attracted more than 540 companies during his tenure, creating more than 100,000 jobs and $56.8 billion in capital investment. Some notable projects include TSMC, Apple, LG Energy Solutions, Microsoft, GoDaddy, Amazon, Garmin, General Motors, HelloFresh, KORE Power, Williams-Sonoma and headquarters including Benchmark Electronics, Carlisle Companies, Rogers Corporation and EMD Electronics. In October 2021, Chris led GPEC to being recognized as the top economic development organization globally by the International Economic Development Council a year after being named the top EDO in the U.S. in 2020.
    About GPEC The Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC), globally recognized as a top economic development organization (EDO), works to attract and grow quality businesses and advocate for the competitiveness of Greater Phoenix. A data-driven regional EDO, GPEC works with 22 member communities, Maricopa and Pinal counties, and more than 200 private investors to accomplish its mission and serve as a strategic partner to companies across the world as they expand or relocate to Greater Phoenix. Over the past 34 years, GPEC has fueled the regional economy by helping over 980 companies, creating nearly 182,000 jobs and more than $65 billion in capital investment. Greater Phoenix is in a relentless pursuit of innovative and entrepreneurial-focused companies looking to thrive and scale in a vibrant, dynamic region. There is an undeniable spirit about Greater Phoenix; one rooted in strength, collaboration and resilience. Greater Phoenix is Greater Together.
    Key Takeaways: The Phoenix Factor: How Arizona Became a Logistics Hub Learn about the hyper-regionalization of supply chains and how Phoenix attracts new business by offering a favorable business environment. Discover the role of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council in driving economic development for the Phoenix metropolitan area. Understand the importance of states competing for manufacturing jobs and the need for a skilled workforce in advanced manufacturing. Explore the reasons behind Phoenix and Arizona becoming major logis

    • 39 min
    Recruiting and Retaining Top Performers in Logistics with Charlie Saffro

    Recruiting and Retaining Top Performers in Logistics with Charlie Saffro

    Charlie Saffro and Joe Lynch discuss recruiting and retaining top performers in logistics. Charlie is Founder and CEO of CS Recruiting, a recruitment company that specializes in the logistics, transportation, and supply chain verticals. 
    About Charlie Saffro Charlie Saffro is a recruiting and retention expert, a female entrepreneur, and a TEDx speaker with a passion for sharing ideas around human leadership, talent acquisition and retention, employee engagement, and company culture. Charlie founded a third party recruiting firm in 2010 with the goal of connecting employers and professionals within the Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain industry. Today, as the CEO of CS Recruiting, Charlie leads a thriving organization and a talented team of professional career matchmakers. She is dedicated to helping leaders of all industries prioritize employee-focused cultures. Charlie is an established thought leader and offers personalized coaching, team workshops, and keynotes to share her perspective as both a recruiter and a company leader.

    About CS Recruiting CS Recruiting focuses on recruitment and talent advisory within the Logistics, Transportation and Supply chain Industry. We partner with clients across North America to help them identify the most qualified candidates for their niche hiring needs. Our client base consists of 3PLs, Asset Providers, Shippers (Manufacturers/Distributors) and companies that offer a technology platform, equipment solution or consulting services. We pride ourselves on our industry expertise, competitive market knowledge and network of talent to support searches for positions of all levels and functions that influence the Supply Chain. CS Recruiting’s goal is to partner with clients and candidates to develop long lasting relationships and make appropriate and time sensitive career matches.
    Key Takeaways: Recruiting and Retaining Top Performers in Logistics Gain insights into recruiting and retaining top talent in the logistics, transportation, and supply chain industries. Learn about the importance of company culture and empowering employees to drive business success. Discover how showing vulnerability and humanizing the recruiting process can resonate with clients and team members. Understand the challenges job seekers face in the current employer's market and how to overcome them. Explore how career setbacks and failures can lead to finding the right fit and achieving success. Receive advice on applying for jobs, understanding market demands, and building relationships through networking. Timestamps (00:00:00) Recruiting and Retaining Top Performers in Logistics
    (00:01:05) Navigating Logistics Recruitment with Expert Insights
    (00:03:44) Empowering Employees Leads to Business Success
    (00:08:56) Vulnerability in Leadership and Recruiting
    (00:11:22) Navigating a Challenging Job Market
    (00:14:06) Overcoming Career Setbacks and Finding Success
    (00:16:55) Seeking Jobs: Advice for Challenging Times
    (00:18:13) Navigating the Current Job Market Challenges
    (00:21:27) Sales Roles in High Demand
    (00:23:10) Outsourcing: Pros, Cons, and Effective Strategies
    (00:28:42) Cultivating Culture in Challenging Times
    (00:35:59) Changing Work Culture and Priorities
    (00:36:38) Recruiting and Retaining Top Logistics Talent
    (00:37:31) Treating Employees Like Humans
    (00:38:38) Navigating Conferences and Recruitment Strategies
    Learn More About Recruiting and Retaining Top Performers in Logistics Charlie Saffro | Linkedin
    CS Recruiting | Linkedin
    CS Recruiting
    Charlie's TEDx Talk
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    • 40 min
    Beyond the Yard: How Velostics Streamlines Scheduling with Gaurav Khandelwal

    Beyond the Yard: How Velostics Streamlines Scheduling with Gaurav Khandelwal

    Gaurav Khandelwal and Joe Lynch discuss beyond the yard - how Velostics streamlines scheduling. Gaurav is the Founder and CEO of Velostics, a company on a mission to revolutionize the logistics landscape. 
    Summary: Beyond the Yard: How Velostics Streamlines Scheduling In this podcast, Gaurav Khandelwal, CEO of Velostics, discusses how their cloud-based logistics software automates scheduling and streamlines processes for shippers, carriers, and logistics providers. Velostics aims to eliminate manual scheduling, reduce friction in the handoff process, and provide user-friendly tools for better decision-making. Khandelwal shares his journey from India to starting a logistics technology company in the US and emphasizes the importance of enterprise software being as easy to use as consumer apps. The podcast explores how Velostics integrates with existing systems, caters to various customers, and simplifies driver communication using text-based systems and QR codes. Khandelwal also discusses the significance of driver efficiency, cost optimization through automation, and the potential impact of a four-day workweek on scheduling. The podcast delves into the substantial costs of detention, the benefits of benchmarking and scorecarding, and the potential of generative AI in improving logistics operations. Velostics' quick implementation process and yard management solution are also highlighted, along with the importance of reducing turn times and improving handoffs in the industry.
    #LogisticsAutomation
    #SupplyChainOptimization
    #YardManagementSolutions
    About Gaurav Khandelwal Gaurav Khandelwal is the Founder and CEO of ChaiOne and Velostics, discovered his entrepreneurial spirit from his father, a tea blender in India. Inspired by his father’s journey, Gaurav pursued higher education in the U.S. and later worked in business transformation at a consulting firm. His breakthrough came in 2008 with the launch of the Apple AppStore, prompting him to focus on ChaiOne, which created digital solutions based on behavioral science, where he uses data-driven insights to revolutionize the industrial sectors. This experience uncovered his passion for logistics, culminating in the creation of Velostics, where he uses technology to automate & optimize logistics operations. Beyond business, Gaurav founded START, Houston’s first tech co-working space, and serves on the board of Magic Bus, a nonprofit alleviating poverty in India. Recognized by Houston Biz Journals' 40 under 40 and as an EY Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, Gaurav is committed & ready to disrupt the traditional way of doing logistics. 
    About Velostics Velostics is a logistics Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company specializing in unified scheduling of appointments, dock and yard management and digitizing the gate in/out process for shippers. Their platform also automates scheduling for logistics service providers between carriers, shippers and consignees via their industry-leading 3-way scheduling solution. Velostics has a proven track record of minimizing manual tasks, errors, delays and demurrage, and increasing operational efficiency and throughput.
    Key Takeaways: Beyond the Yard: How Velostics Streamlines Scheduling Velostics automates scheduling for shippers, carriers, and logistics providers to avoid late shipments and detention charges. Velostics helps optimize appointment booking, contactless check-in, and dock management, reducing friction in the handoff process. Velostics champions user-friendly enterprise software, mirroring consumer apps for swift deployment and minimal training.
    Velostics integrates with existing TMS systems, allowing for frictionless onboarding and quick wins for customers. Velostics' primary customers are shippers, large distribution companies, 3PLs, and brokers with managed transportation offerings. Velostics simplifies driver check-in and rescheduling processes using QR codes and text messaging, accommodating drivers from various lin

    • 1 hr
    Supply Chain 2030 with Ron Crabtree

    Supply Chain 2030 with Ron Crabtree

    Ron Crabtree and Joe Lynch discuss Supply Chain 2030. Ron is the Founder and CEO of MetaOps & MetaExperts, a global network of operational excellence rockstars ready to tackle your toughest challenges. They'll diagnose your problems and get you back on track, fast.
    Summary: Supply Chain 2030 In this podcast, Joe Lynch and Ron Crabtree delve into the critical challenges and trends shaping the future of the supply chain industry. They discuss the importance of digitalization, automation, and AI readiness in transforming supply chain operations. The podcast also explores the impending labor shortage crisis and the need for organizations to focus on lean techniques, automation, and becoming an employer of choice. Additionally, the role of social responsibility in supply chains and the importance of technology in ensuring visibility and adherence to standards are addressed. The podcast provides valuable insights from both shipper and logistics service provider perspectives, and highlights the solutions offered by Meta Ops and Meta Experts in solving complex supply chain challenges.
    #TMSAElevate2023
    #SupplyChainChallenges
    #EmployerOfChoice
    About Ron Crabtree Ron, CIRM, MLSSBB,CSCTA, CPOE is the founder and CEO (2002) of MetaOps™ & MetaExperts™Inc. he is an internationally recognized expert in leading-edge business process improvement methodologies. He is a Master Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, a Certified Supply Chain Transformation Architect and also an expert in effective change management, facilitation and communications. Ron draws on more than 30 years’ experience in implementing Lean, Six Sigma, Supply Chain and other “best practice” methodologies as both an insider and as a consultant in many international industries including insurance & financial services, state/local government, medical/healthcare, automotive assembly plants, complex manufacturing, process manufacturing, repair operations, printing, injection molding, consumer goods, distribution/retailing, and software and more.
    About MetaExperts MetaExperts is a global network of Operational Excellence (OpEx) deployment experts and resources for flexible, on-demand short-term contract or contract-to-hire needs. MetaExperts align with industries and OpEx initiatives and are thoroughly vetted through their unique 300+ Screening and Evaluation Processes, and aligned to organizations using a 47+ alignment process to ensure companies get the right talent to solve their specific situation.
    Key Takeaways: Supply Chain 2030 Learn about the major operational challenges facing the supply chain industry over the next 5-6 years. Discover how Meta Ops and Meta Experts provide top talent solutions for tangible goods-oriented organizations. Understand the importance of long-term consulting projects in providing insights from both shipper and logistics service provider perspectives. Explore how companies can address the numerous challenges in digitalization and automation within the supply chain industry. Recognize the growing significance of social responsibility and the role of technology in ensuring supplier adherence to standards. Learn strategies for organizations to combat the forever labor shortage, including lean techniques, automation, and becoming an employer of choice. Timestamps (00:00:44) Supply Chain Challenges of the Future
    (00:01:43) Solving Big Business Problems with Expertise
    (00:03:07) Consulting Projects: Short-Term to Long-Term Engagements
    (00:05:16) Solving Supply Chain Challenges with Experts
    (00:08:49) Leveraging Experienced Talent in Supply Chain
    (00:17:07) Navigating the Digital Transformation Landscape
    (00:24:04) ESG Practices and Technology Challenges
    (00:25:22) Navigating ESG and Supply Chain Responsibility
    (00:29:17) Navigating Digital Transformation in Supply Chain
    (00:33:02) The Forever Labor Shortage
    (00:36:58) Combating the Forever Labor Shortage
    (00:43:05) Meaningful Work Matters Most
    (00:45:30) Lean Manufacturing and Supp

    • 1 hr
    Supercharging Your Warehouse Using AI Vision with Roy Gherman

    Supercharging Your Warehouse Using AI Vision with Roy Gherman

    Roy Gherman and Joe Lynch discus supercharging your warehouse using AI vision. Roy is the Co-founder and CEO of Flymingo, a pioneering AI computer vision company focused on logistics warehouse operations.
    About Roy Gherman Roy Gherman is the Co-founder and CEO of Flymingo, a pioneering AI computer vision company focused on logistics warehouse operations, proudly supported by Amazon, Lightspeed, B37, and Jibe VC. With nearly three decades of experience, Roy has spent the majority of his career leading and productizing award-winning, state-of-the-art technology solutions across multiple industries.Before launching Flymingo, Roy served as the VP of Product at Vorpal, where he led the development of innovative UAS Traffic Management systems and collaborated with top-tier global enterprises and industry leaders.Roy is a proud husband and father of three. He is deeply passionate about cooking and sports, and is an avid surfer and CrossFit enthusiast.
    About Flymingo Flymingo is a cutting-edge AI vision company specializing in logistics centers. The first ever Visual chatGPT for warehouse operations, that also actively tracks and alerts in real time. The solution effectively addresses key challenges of logistics warehouse operations: Improving operational and labor efficiency, Quicker handling of order inquiries, and Reducing carrier friction. By uniquely interlacing data from existing warehouse systems, CCTV video feeds, WMS and other systems, Flymingo’s AI solution oversees any process and provides alerts, powerful visually backed insights and analytics.
    Key Takeaways: Supercharging Your Warehouse Using AI Vision AI for Logistics: Flymingo is an AI vision company specializing in improving warehouse operations. Real-time Visibility: Flymingo analyzes data from CCTV, WMS, and other systems to provide real-time insights and alerts. Visual ChatGTP: It acts as the first visual chatGPT for warehouses, allowing for investigation and resolution of issues. Improved Efficiency: Flymingo helps optimize operations, labor, and order fulfillment. Reduced Friction: By providing real-time data, Flymingo helps minimize carrier issues. Actionable Insights: It offers visually-backed data analytics to identify trends and improve processes. Seamless Integration: Flymingo integrates with existing warehouse systems for a holistic approach. Learn More About Supercharging Your Warehouse Using AI Vision Roy Gherman | Linkedin
    Flymingo | Linkedin
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    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

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54 Ratings

Jess123!$ ,

Great Podcast, Love the deep dive into all things Logistics

Joe does a great job diving into the details with his guests. I love learning about the industry and hearing a lot of different perspectives.

Kyle Bertin ,

Must listen for logistics professionals

The Logistics of Logistics is a must listen for industry professionals. Joe brings on a wide range of guests with incredibly deep expertise. I also love how much time Joe spends to understand each guest’s story about how they got to where they are today and why they’re so passionate about logistics. I look forward to each new episode! Thanks, Joe!

TeresaQuill ,

Great source of knowledge for the logistics industry

The Logistics of Logistics podcast is a must-listen for anyone invested in the logistics and supply chain worlds. Its blend of expertise, forward-thinking discussions, and an engaging format make it a great source of knowledge for the industry. Five stars!

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