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  • Today's Supply Chain News: Rick Blasgen, CEO and President of CSCMP, hosts Thomas Cook, Managing Director, Blue Tiger International, New York

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    Mitigating the Impact & Disruption to the Global Supply Chain: Covid-19 Global logistics, import, export and supply chain issues will all be underscored and current challenges will be a focus of discussion. The presentation will include recommendations, strategies, and action-steps companies can utilize to mitigate the impact of the Coronavirus in their business models. Long-term management considerations for preventive measures and risk avoidance will also be included.

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    Whether you are facing COVID-19, trade wars, recessions, natural disasters, border issues, or some other as yet unidentified disruption, supply chains still need to roll on and if you don’t shift and adjust with the landscape, you will wither and someone else will fill the void. Now, more than ever, it’s important that our community collaborates and engages with one another to share updates, best practices, ask questions and learn from one another. Participants must be members of either CSCMP or NASSTRAC to participate. Register for the series to participate and to access recordings if you are not available to attend at the scheduled time.

  • Today's Supply Chain News: Rick Blasgen, CEO and President of CSCMP, and Gail Rutkowski, Executive Director of NASSTRAC, host Robert A. Voltmann, CAE President & CEO Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA)

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    Unwrapping the Issues Surrounding the OOIDA Protest Many of you have been reading about the continuing OOIDA protest going on in DC. Accusing brokers of flaunting the rules and abusing their power over owner operators, OOIDA has petitioned the FMCSA to open an investigation into the issue.

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    Whether you are facing COVID-19, trade wars, recessions, natural disasters, border issues, or some other as yet unidentified disruption, supply chains still need to roll on and if you don’t shift and adjust with the landscape, you will wither and someone else will fill the void. Now, more than ever, it’s important that our community collaborates and engages with one another to share updates, best practices, ask questions and learn from one another. Participants must be members of either CSCMP or NASSTRAC to participate. Register for the series to participate and to access recordings if you are not available to attend at the scheduled time.

  • Rick Blasgen hosts Salim Shaikh: Digital Transformation Executive – Auto / Industrial, Blue Yonder and Ehap Sabri, Ph.D. | Director | Operations Advisory, KPMG LLP.

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    How COVID-19 is Transforming Automotive and Industrial Supply Chains Organizations need to explore deployment of supply chain technologies—such as transportation management systems, warehouse management systems, robotics and autonomous materials movement—to decrease worker density throughout their operations. As finite labor in the warehouses are stretched because of constrained resources, organizations need to look into improving throughput with lower headcount. Automation will be key to drive throughput acceleration and labor resiliency.

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    Organizations that will emerge the strongest post-COVID-19 will be the ones that can see the current emergency as an opportunity to overhaul their supply chains and enable the strategies outlined above. Although the future is uncertain and tomorrow’s disruption is already brewing, chance favors the prepared.

    Whether you are facing COVID-19, trade wars, recessions, natural disasters, border issues, or some other as yet unidentified disruption, supply chains still need to roll on and if you don’t shift and adjust with the landscape, you will wither and someone else will fill the void.

    Participants must be members of either CSCMP or NASSTRAC to participate. Register for the series to participate and to access recordings if you are not available to attend at the scheduled time.

    Please note that any registration submitted after 10:30 AM CST the day of the event cannot be processed.

    By registering for this webinar, the personal information you provide on this site will be shared with KPMG and you may be contacted regarding the firm’s products and solutions. For more information: KPMG Privacy Policy.


  • 2020 Third-Party Logistics Study Webinar

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    This webinar will explore key insights from the 2020 Third-Party Logistics Study

    Panelists:

    • Dr. John Langley, clinical professor, supply chain information systems and director of development, Center for Supply Chain Research at Smeal College of Business at The Pennsylvania State University
    • Sylvie Thompson, supply chain practices leader, North America, Infosys Consulting
    • Joe Carlier, senior vice president of global sales, Penske Logistics


    • When shippers turn to 3PLs for supply chain improvements, what is their biggest need? That would be technology. Top 3PLs have already built out a robust tech infrastructure that contains the right tools for the job.
    • What are top challenges in the modern supply chain? E-commerce growth; economic uncertainty; the truck driver shortage; disruptive technologies; relationship necessities, namely supply chain alignment strategies; and competitive challenges.
    • How analytics fit into the supply chain. In the study 95% of shippers and 99% of 3PLs agree that analytics are a necessary element of 3PL expertise. But, only 26% of shippers and 27% of 3PLs are satisfied with current analytic capabilities.
    • Why is there an analytics gap? A big roadblock is when the shipper and 3PL are not in total agreement on a strategic plan on the best use of analytics: what is the need and how to best serve it? Many shippers currently employ legacy systems.
    • As geopolitical volatility affects global operations, supply chain finance is becoming critical.

    **This session is for CSCMP and NASSTRAC members only. Any rebroadcast, retransmission, or reporting of this webinar presentation, without the express written consent of CSCMP is prohibited.**

  • Gail Rutkowski hosts Ron Guzzi, Sr. Manager Transportation Carrier Relations & Sourcing at Home Depot and with Justin Harness, Chief Revenue Officer of U S Xpress

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    How to Overcome Unnecessary Detention Times: Long waiting and unloading times are becoming more frequent at shipping and receiving sites, creating backups at gates and docks and hampering delivery of essential items during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Delays caused by visitor and employee temperature checks, COVID-19 FORMS, and other protective steps companies are taking to safeguard workplaces and employees are partly to blame.

    Join us along with Ron Guzzi, Sr. Manager Transportation Carrier Relations & Sourcing at Home Depot, along with Justin Harness, Chief Revenue Office of U S Xpress as they share with us how Shippers and Carriers need to communicate and collaborate more closely to reduce unnecessary detention. They will discuss the need for shippers to enact programs or ways of doing business that either augment a carrier’s efficiency and profitability or at least not negatively impact it.

    Whether you are facing COVID-19, trade wars, recessions, natural disasters, border issues, or some other as yet unidentified disruption, supply chains still need to roll on and if you don’t shift and adjust with the landscape, you will wither and someone else will fill the void. Now, more than ever, it’s important that our community collaborates and engages with one another to share updates, best practices, ask questions and learn from one another. Participants must be members of either CSCMP or NASSTRAC to participate. Register for the series to participate and to access recordings if you are not available to attend at the scheduled time.

    **This session is for CSCMP and NASSTRAC members only. Any rebroadcast, retransmission, or reporting of this webinar presentation, without the express written consent of CSCMP is prohibited.**

  • Today's Supply Chain News: Rick Blasgen hosts Noël Perry and Brent Hutto from Truckstop.com

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    A wrenching start to the future. Review of latest COVID statistics and their impact on the trucking economy

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    Whether you are facing COVID-19, trade wars, recessions, natural disasters, border issues, or some other as yet unidentified disruption, supply chains still need to roll on and if you don’t shift and adjust with the landscape, you will wither and someone else will fill the void. Now, more than ever, it’s important that our community collaborates and engages with one another to share updates, best practices, ask questions and learn from one another. To facilitate this engagement, CSCMP and NASSTRAC will be hosting weekly webinars on Fridays for our members to share observations, concerns and ask questions. This venue provides a platform to access experts, hear stories, and discuss ideas and solutions. Participants must be members of either CSCMP or NASSTRAC to participate. Register for the series to participate and to access recordings if you are not available to attend at the scheduled time.

    **This session is for CSCMP and NASSTRAC members only. Any rebroadcast, retransmission, or reporting of this webinar presentation, without the express written consent of CSCMP is prohibited.**

  • Today's Supply Chain News: Gail Rutkowski, NASSTRAC Executive Director, hosts John Janson, Sr. Director of Supply Chain for SanMar and Todd D. Bulmash, Manager, Logistics Training & Process Analysis at Morton Salt.

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    SanMar has a unique story to share as they have converted manufacturing facilities to produce protective masks for the health care industry. John shares how they managed re-engineering their supply chain during this crisis. Being considered an essential business Morton Salt has been doing their best to maintain business and keep their supply chains open. Kristen will share with us how Morton is working with their carriers to ensure uninterrupted deliveries.

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    Whether you are facing COVID-19, trade wars, recessions, natural disasters, border issues, or some other as yet unidentified disruption, supply chains still need to roll on and if you don’t shift and adjust with the landscape, you will wither and someone else will fill the void. Now, more than ever, it’s important that our community collaborates and engages with one another to share updates, best practices, ask questions and learn from one another. To facilitate this engagement, CSCMP and NASSTRAC will be hosting weekly webinars on Fridays for our members to share observations, concerns and ask questions. This venue provides a platform to access experts, hear stories, and discuss ideas and solutions. Participants must be members of either CSCMP or NASSTRAC to participate. Register for the series to participate and to access recordings if you are not available to attend at the scheduled time.

    **This session is for CSCMP and NASSTRAC members only. Any rebroadcast, retransmission, or reporting of this webinar presentation, without the express written consent of CSCMP is prohibited.**

  • Today’s Supply Chain News Webinar Featuring Coyote CSO Chris Pickett - How the Coronavirus Could Impact The US Truckload Market

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    As widespread sheltering-in-place stretches on, the recession scenario is looking more likely. Every week brings us farther into uncharted territory — get the most up-to-date analysis from a supply chain thought leader. In this webinar, Chris will: • Detail the current state of the Coyote Curve (our proprietary forecasting model) • Analyze the balance of supply (carrier capacity) and demand (shipper load volume) during the coronavirus outbreak • Review both contract and spot rate behavior • Discuss shipper and carrier challenges, and how disruption relates to consumer behavior • Offer an updated forecast of where the truckload market is likely headed over the next quarter

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    The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has caused unprecedented disruption to global supply chains and dramatically shifted supply and demand patterns throughout the U.S. truckload market. In Coyote’s Q1 Market forecast, Coyote Logistics Chief Strategy Officer, Chris Pickett discussed two potential scenarios for the 2020 truckload market — one with a recession, and one without. He expanded on it further once the coronavirus started to spread throughout the U.S. in mid-March.

    For more background information on the U.S. truckload market and the factors driving the Coyote Curve model, read:

     

    To view all Coyote Curve resources, including videos, webinars and articles, visit resources.coyote.com/coyote-curve.


    **This session is for CSCMP and NASSTRAC members only. Any rebroadcast, retransmission, or reporting of this webinar presentation, without the express written consent of CSCMP is prohibited.**

  • EPIC Global Supply Chain Risk Assessment Webinar

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    Managing this constant change is all in a day’s work for supply chain professionals, but success doesn’t happen without thoughtful planning. Understanding the potential risks in your global supply chain requires knowledge of both industry changes as well as macroeconomic, political, and social issues.

    Global supply chains power the world. From the medicines we need, to the cars we drive, to that strange present your uncle gave you for your birthday. All of these products start with raw materials processed through an often-complex global supply chain until they reach the consumer. Regardless of how brilliant the product design, engineering, and marketing, the consumer will be disappointed if the supply chain is not able to deliver that brilliant product in good condition when and where it is needed. Supply chain professionals are the conductors of this globally dispersed orchestra of trucks, planes, trains, ships, and facilities allowing firms to deliver on their promise to customers. However, unlike a symphony orchestra, the supply chain conductor must deliver consistent results while the orchestra is constantly in flux.

    Based on the recent release of the EPIC Global Supply Chain Risk Assessment Report, join The Global Supply Chain Institute, The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, and IHS Markit during the release of the EPIC Global Supply Chain Risk Assessment Report addressing all these complex situations within supply chain.

    **This session is for CSCMP and NASSTRAC members only. Any rebroadcast, retransmission, or reporting of this webinar presentation, without the express written consent of CSCMP is prohibited.**

  • The Impacts of COVID-19 on SCM Research, Teaching and Service: Where Do We Go From Here?

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    This session is for CSCMP members only. Any rebroadcast, retransmission, or reporting of this webinar presentation, without the express written consent of CSCMP is prohibited. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a direct and major impact on higher education. Not only have course delivery models been immediately thrusted into online and distance-based formats, but research, service, and outreach initiatives have been significantly interrupted and altered.

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    This webinar brings together a panel of SCM scholars to discuss the current impacts we’re facing during the global pandemic, and share perspectives on how engaging in SCM scholarship might change in the near and long term, post-pandemic.
    This webinar is for CSCMP members only. Any registration received after 2 PM CST the day of the webinar, will not be processed.

    Panelists:
    Dr. Yemisi Bolumole, Michigan State University
    Dr. Brian Gibson, Auburn University
    Mr. Russell McCaffery, Broward College
    Dr. Diane Mollenkopf, University of Canterbury
    Dr. Hannah Stolze, Wheaton College
    Dr. Ted Stank, University of Tennessee
    Dr. Matt Waller, University of Arkansas
    Dr. Walter Zinn, The Ohio State University

    Moderator:
    Dr. Terry Esper, The Ohio State University