Plus, Good News Bad News in regards to the NBA playoffs, Trolls World Tour, and Ceaser ‘The No Drama’ Llama. On today’s episode, Dooner and The Dude are speaking to EagleRail Container Logistics CEO and Chairman Mike Wychocki about how automated overhead systems kalkan dog food coupons can clear up intermodal and container congestion on the ports. CarrierHQ CEO Scott Prince joins us to speak about what fleets can do about AB5.
Brad Gillette, head of operations at Gatik, talks in regards to the company’s new cope with Ryder System to build a nationwide autonomous supply network. Plus, we’ll go deeper contained in the e-newsletter and speak in regards to the results of ’24/7′ measures at SoCal ports; debunk the CARB/AB5 conspiracy; and talk about a questionable offer from a VR-based adult entertainment firm aiming to reward port employees. On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are talking to John D. Reiser, EVP of global provide chain at The Cannon Group, about his predictions for the supply chain in 2022. Will the beatings continue till morale improves or is relief in sight?
On today’s episode, Dooner and The Dude are speaking about bathrooms in trucks, hauling hemp in ‘21, why asking the right questions can save big cash on transport, and what’s new in tech at Chattnooga’s personal Taimen Transport. Plus, 6 indicted in PPP loan fraud scheme, ATA wants higher vaccine priority for drivers, Blockbuster inventory surge shock employees finally retailer, meme shares giveth and memeth away, more. They’re joined by special visitors Hope White, Chief Executive Officer- H.D. White Logistics,LLC; Ryan Pamplin, Director of Innovation & Technology at Taimen, Randy Hudson, The Freight Broker Coach. On today’s episode, Dooner and The Dude are speaking about the logistics behind staging rockets with Tony Sabatino, lead crane technician/operator, and Ray Zink, manager of spaceflight technical operations for Jacobs. “The Witty Farmer” Jenny Sauer-Schmidgall shares how she’s constructed a model around the ag trade and we decide her brain on the logistics of farming. TikToker and On Deck funding companion Kyla Scanlon tells us the story behind her viral McSupplyChain video.
Kyle pile-drives the SONAR information into submission, and turns it into the info you have to take action. Finally, Emily Szink asks our hosts to make sense of what’s a giant deal and what is slightly deal out there. On at present’s present, we’re speaking shipbuilding bribes, Russian corruption, grocery delivery races to the bottom and “Frozen 2” toys heating up retail cabinets.
Justin Smith, VP of sales, and Greg Finnerty, VP, operations, at Concept Logistics, are here to talk service contract negotiations and managing shipper expectations. Chris Clever, SVP LTL options, Nolan Transport, offers us an LTL market replace and talks concerning the impacts of e-commerce. And Mark Dalla-Vicenza, sales director, Portage Transport, cooks it ahead with a delicious poke bowl.
Staxxon’s George Kochanowski and Richard Danderline inform us how their smart box intermodal containers might save house and assist clear up the ports. Technology-driven logistics and last-mile delivery supplier Bolt Logistics announced final week that it has raised about $92 million in Series B financing led by Ikea. Mark Ang, co-founder and CEO at Bolt Logistics, is right here to inform us what’s subsequent for the corporate as we enter the depths of peak season.
And, Emily Szink on this week’s massive and little deals concerning the freight cliff, the sharing economic system, the expansion of FreightTech, grocery retailer on-line orders, a Tiger King sequel, Wrestlemania, and extra. On today’s episode, Dooner and The Dude are speaking about a first quarter that will have been even worse with out the coronavirus, the uphill battle many retailers face when reopening, and we’ll highlight a few of the nice issues companies have been doing to pay it ahead. Joining them shall be, CEO of Tricom Transport Network, Christopher Martinez to speak cooking within the cab and preserving his wheels rolling during the outbreak. Owner/operator and social media guru, Wayne Cragg, highlights resorts which are serving to out and talks about how his background in hospitality has translated to trucking. Knudson, Vice President of Operations at MetaTrade, Inc, will get into his view of the market. And, Emily Szink on this week’s big and little deals regarding Kohl’s $100 million order cancellation, Adidas 95% profit loss, danger exposure, is meat the model new bathroom paper, and more.
Plus, truck transport jobs rise in March; do drones represent an air traffic nightmare; all eyes on East Coast ports as volumes spike and Ever Given fallout looms; trucker will get bear sprayed; man finds 15,000 bees in car; octopus assaults beachgoer; and extra. They’re joined by special guests Jordan Graft, CEO of TriumphPay; Joey Gilkey, CEO of Sales Driven Agency; Mark Manera, founder of The Trucking Fitness Company; and Alicia Butler Pierre, creator and founder and CEO of Equilibria. On today’s episode, Dooner and The Dude are talking in regards to the importance of mental well being consciousness with Boon Health co-founder Chris Henrichs. FreightWaves’ Grace Sharkey joins us to interrupt down Liam Neeson’s new trucking film, “The Ice Road.” Learn the means to enhance your LinkedIn social score and amplify your signal with Cover 3 Consulting’s owner, Adrian Chapman. Add-on Systems’ John Piper knows all about the 3G sundown and he’s right here for it. Plus, In-N-Out rolls out trucking fleet; Home Depot’s ‘One Supply Chain’ is taking form with massive 2021 growth; lacking man discovered inside dinosaur statue; and more.
Back The Truck Up’s James “Rooster” Bowen and Justin Martin go around the horn and bring us the newest in trending trucking tales, including Marvin Keller Trucking filing Chapter eleven, life on the street, proper strapping, life inside a brokerage, and the case of the lacking Peterbilt. Springfield, Illinois hits Walmart with a $50k fine for allowing truck parking. Safeway supply drivers make historical past with a newly ratified union contract. 162 transportation and logistics firms make the 2018 Inc. 5000 record. On right now’s episode, Dooner and The Dude are shining a lightweight on some of the good that’s being done in the provide chain amidst the coronavirus crisis.