On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are talking to Finch Fulton,, Locomation’s vice president of policy and strategy, about his appointment to the PAVE Board of Directors. Its business members embody conventional automakers, auto part makers, startup expertise companies, established tech companies and insurers. We’ll discover out what that means for pushing autonomous tech ahead.
This week they’re listening to from a truckerpreneur who observed a profound lack of safe, sensible clothes choices for girls throughout the board. She based Safety4Her to assist shield girls in these industries by providing the clothes options they deserve. Plus, Airspace Technologies awarded new patent for route optimization; man detained on cargo ship in Egypt for 4 years; freight forwarders flee O’Hare airport; decide sentenced in truck driver ticketing scheme; Nikola finds a model new partner; and more. They’re joined by particular visitors Melissa Gaglione, president, Safety4Her Inc.; Javon Bryant, director of service growth, Edge Logistics; and Ryan Rusnak, CTO, Airspace Technologies. During the Great Resignation, companies have confronted 40% worker turnover, yet trucking faces 90%-plus driver turnover every single yr On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are talking to Maven Machines’ Rachel Firestone about the actual reasons behind the perceived driver shortage.
Loe says every customer within the logistics world has different needs and requires completely different options to get freight moved in an effective manner. On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are LIVE from the FreightWaves Intermodal Summit. American Association of Railroads Vice President and Economist Luisa Fernandez-Willey joins the show to speak concerning the bipartisan infrastructure plan, rail congestion and decarbonization. Operation Life-Saver Director of Communications and Marketing Jennifer DeAngelis teaches us rail security. Stealth Startup co-founder and CEO Harris Ligon tells us why containers are the unsung heroes of rail and the method to use creativity over capital to improve rail operations. On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are coming to you live from FreightWaves Enterprise Fleet Summit.
Anna Nagurney of University of Massachusetts Amherst shares what the return to in-person research has been like for students and what they’re studying about logistics. Katie Houston of Indigo is speaking AgTech and the world of dry bulk shipping. Plus, Coca-Cola resorts to bulk transport; exports hit new highs; UPS appeals $27 million nuclear verdict; Tenstreet acquired by Providence Equity Partners; will a bad child restraint anchorage systems should have__________lower anchorages haircut in Massachusetts land a barber in the huge home; and more. On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are speaking in regards to the art of capturing container ships on film with photographer Nick Souza. We’ll find out how he gets such wonderful pics of those beasts of the ocean.
On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are moving into deep water with ocean freight. What’s the state of worldwide freight and why are consultants saying we won’t see any aid this year? Editor of Guests and Maritime Trade Columnist for FreightWaves covers the latest on mounting congestion at ports in Asia plus the exhausting fact about our commerce deficit. Sal Mercogliano, Ph.D., Maritime Historian at Campbell University discusses the situation at U.S. ports, the conditions seafarers face, and what’s occurring with the Felicity Ace.
Plus, why each American should care that diesel prices are surging throughout the country; is trucking actually dropping 300k per yr; J.B. Hunt recognizes 69 drivers for protected driving; loopy drivers; drunk pedal pubs and more. On today’s episode, Dooner and The Dude are talking concerning the many ways in which companies and people are stepping as much as #thankatrucker. They’ve also received huge news concerning the TruckStop.com / SONAR partnership. Joining them shall be Emerge’s CEO, Michael Leto, to speak about market disruption.
On today’s episode, Dooner and The Dude are talking concerning the wild world of shifting marijuana. What are the regulatory concerns, buyer needs and market demands of this money crop? Plus, Tyson Lawrence shares his logistics comeback story; we discover out what’s cooking in Mark Dalla-Vicenza’s kitchen; YRC says, “New name, who dis? They’re joined by particular visitors Kevin Schultz, co-founder and president of The 357 Company; Mark Dalla-Vicenza, sales director for Portage Transport; and Tyson Lawrence, president and CEO of TAKTIK Logistics Group Inc.