Podcasts From Inbound Logistics

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Inbound Logistics Podcast 009 : David Reinkemeyer, DM Fulfillment

Feb 6, 2017

The world of e-commerce has grown at an exponential rate since the early days of the internet. Along with that growth has come added complexity and challenges that both companies and consumers have had to adapt to in order to achieve that seamless shopping experience. David Reinkemeyer of DM Fulfillment shares his insight into the many working parts behind the scenes that have to come together to address everything from supply chain impatience to the pick, pack, and ship process.


Inbound Logistics Podcast 008 : Desiree Wood, REAL Women in Trucking

Feb 6, 2017

Today's truck drivers are 95% male but have recently opened up to accept more female drivers as opportunities continue to grow. But the life of a trucker from training to a CDL is not easy for just anyone. The life of a female trucker may be even more challenging. Desiree Wood, a working trucker and founder of Real Women in Trucking, opens up and shares some of her experiences & observations on the state of the trucking industry and what female truckers in particular need to know.


Inbound Logistics Podcast 007 : Nate Clayville, Truckstop.com

Dec 29, 2016

Leveraging the dynamic economics of the trucking industry requires learning the lessons of markets past, implementing that information in markets present, and doing a touch of prognosticating into markets yet to be. Nate Clayville of Truckstop.com offers his analysis on some of the factors that are influencing the market today and what shippers and carriers might want to keep in mind as we move ahead into potentially interesting times.


Inbound Logistics Podcast 006: Gary Hanifan, Accenture Strategy

Dec 13, 2016

Navigating the logistics industry requires not only reading the market as it stands today, but also looking ahead to what the market might be tomorrow. Everything from innovations in technology to changes in policy demands that companies either stay alert or get left behind. Gary Hanifan, North America's Supply Chain/Operations Lead for Accenture Strategy offers his insights into what you might want to watch out for to keep your company on the right course.


Inbound Logistics Podcast 005 : Sharon Madalis, Author

Dec 6, 2016

Long haul #truckers spend days, weeks, and sometimes even months on the road in their home-away-from-home rigs. That lifestyle doesn’t necessarily lend itself to a balanced mix of healthy #nutrition and #exercise. However, registered dietitian Sharon Madalis, along with co-author, April Rudat, may have a few tips and tricks to share from their new book, #Truck Drivers: Stop Your Job from Killing You!

Truckers' Grocery Shopping List: http://www.stopyourjobfromkillingyou.com/uploads/Grocery_List_Madalis_and_Rudat.pdf


Inbound Logistics Podcast 004 : Randy Swart, A. Duie Pyle

Nov 23, 2016

From old regulations to new technologies, the trucking industry faces a number of challenges as it moves into the next century and beyond. We sit down to chat with Randy Swart, Chief Operating Officer of A. Duie Pyle which is one of many carriers that continues to look into different ways to address those challenges and help drivers keep on truckin’


Inbound Logistics Podcast 003 : Craig Fuller, TransVix

Nov 11, 2016

In this episode, we sit down with Craig Fuller, Managing Director and Co-Founder of TransVix, a futures contract platform that lets shippers and carriers speculate on the market volatility of index-based spot trucking rates.


Inbound Logistics Podcast 002 : Matt Tillman, Haven

Nov 11, 2016

In this episode, we sit down with Matt Tillman, CEO of Haven Inc. to talk about Haven, an online logistics platform that promises to make booking ocean freight cheaper and easier, while changing the way we trade globally.


Inbound Logistics Podcast 001 : Keith Biondo

Nov 11, 2016

In our premiere episode, we sit down with Keith Biondo, Publisher of Inbound Logistics Magazine as he explains what businesses have to know to navigate the complexities, demands, and challenges of #logistics and supply chain management in today's world.