Bay Cities’ Joshua Linden talks us into the world of retail show and pop-ups. Professional trucker Keaira Finlay takes us inside the cab to speak about life on the street and the way she ended up on a Star Trek spinoff. Granite Logistics’ Mike Harris does some heavy lifting as he discusses the ins and outs of heavy haul. Lady Logistix LLC CEO Tristen Simmons’ aim is to empower girls within the trade to come together, share experiences and assist grow successful provide chain companies. On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are talking to Mark Cushing, founder and CEO at Animal Policy Group, concerning the importance and worth of pet-friendly employment insurance policies for office staff and drivers.
Find out how quality-of-life considerations, a scarcity of parking and excessive wait instances push truckers out of the business and maintain new drivers from getting into. Three generations of Charles Gracey are in charge at Hot Seat Services for this bloodlines phase. They’re joining us to talk in regards to the affect of household in freight while giving advice on hiring and retaining drivers. The Dude exhibits us what’s on the radar in SONAR, together with TEU throughput, wait instances, rates and a have a look at TRAC. Kinsley Partners’ Frazer Kinsley talks about the significance of partnerships in unwinding the supply chain disaster. On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are talking to Port X Logistics founder Brian Kempisty in regards to the state of the availability chain in the united states and who is responsible for fixing it.
He’s also trying into merchandising options in Boston and different neighboring cities. During his first weeks of vending, the popular empanadas sold out before the end of shifts, so he adjusted food portions to satisfy customer demand. “I didn’t have vegetarian choices on my menu until I received repeated requests from customers,” he explains. “Initially, I would make rice and bean tostones on the spot for them, but now I have integrated vegetarian dishes into the menu.
On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are speaking to NASA’s David Bush and Michelle Lamoia about their Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles and how the logistics behind launch safety work. BITCADET’s Dusty Dean shares innovations that US producers are making to be more aggressive and ship a superior expertise for his or her clients. Dray Depot’s Brian Rice outlines the challenges shippers and carriers are going through hydraulic circuit technology in the drayage market. Plus, ports of Los Angeles / Long Beach set new record for ships at anchor; shippers begin taking freight recovery into their very own palms; warehouse capability crunch; Flamin’ Hot MTN DEW and more. On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are talking to Koop Technologies co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer Kamron Khodjaev about next-gen data-driven autonomous car insurance.
WTT episode sponsored by Redwood Logistics First, JP will get back on track with a Bell’s Two-Hearted and Chad shares a Naked River Hop Hatch with particular guest Zach Strickland. Former Falcon Transport executives allege that monetary mismanagement and a poorly negotiated contract with General Motors led to the company’s abrupt closure on April 27. Dooner and particular guest co-host Kyle Cunningham are on-site at GATS with a full days price of coverage. They’re talking to Truckers Against Human Trafficking, MAPBOX, TRAFFIX, and so many more. Tune in tomorrow for Day 2 and catch the LIVE stream on FreightWaves YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.
On today’s episode, Dooner and The Dude are talking about one more ransomware assault, the bullwhip impact on demand and what the Colonial Pipeline outage means to the bottom line. Plus, the rise of supply chain education; why truckers are shopping for dogecoin; where Biden’s infrastructure plan cash ought to go; Steam Logistics on its new domestic choices; contained in the world of staff drivers; and reside music from trucker Taylor Barker. On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are speaking to Bedrock Ocean Exploration CEO and co-founder Anthony DiMare about creating the SpaceX for ocean.