Optimizing Global Transportation: How NVOCCs Can Use Technology to Operate More Profitably
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Michael Levans, Group Editorial Director, Supply Chain Group, American Truck Media LLC.
Heidi Lindemann, Ocean Procurement Manager, Bolloré Logistics
Andrew Wigdahl, Senior Product Manager, Amber Road
Dan Gardner, President, Trade Facilitators, Inc.
Global transportation isn’t getting any easier to manage, especially for non-vessel operating common carriers (NVOCCs). Faced with uncertainties like surcharges—but needing to remain competitive when bidding against other providers—NVOCCs need the right mix of historical data, data intelligence, and technology support to make quick and effective decisions.
we’ll explore how technology is helping companies like Bolloré Transport & Logistics streamline its global logistics and automate contract management.
Discussion topics include:
- Industry / Top challenges faced by NVOCCs
- How a Transportation Management solution can overcome these challenges
- Case Study: Bolloré Transport & Logistics. How they were able to expedite response times to customers with competitive quotes, gain better visibility into rate contracts, and improve visibility into transportation costs
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