Webinar: Freight, Transportation and Logistics Challenges
Previously Recorded Webinar

The shipping industry is experiencing a perfect storm. Every industry is feeling the pain.

The new electronic data log (EDL) regulations, reduced hours for drivers and driver shortages are causing disruptions and increased costs. The practice of logging driving time using paper and pencil are gone. Electronic tracking devices are now mandatory on all trucks, which are recording the time more accurately. In addition, many tasks such as loading/unloading freight and safety checks that have, in the past, not been included in the shift time are now being counted as part of the 10-hour shift.

The result is that shipping companies are being more selective about what they ship and where they go, seeking to maximize the space for freight and shipping lanes. During this session, you’ll learn how to:

• Develop relationships with your freight shippers
• Make your freight more attractive for your shippers
• Rethink what you ship – and how to ship it – to ensure that it gets to where it needs to go on time

Presenter Bio:
As chief customer officer of YRCW, Justin Hall is responsible for designing and deploying technology, transport and supply-chain solutions that will improve the customer experience. He also leads strategic shared-service teams tasked with driving enterprise revenue synergies, market competitiveness and shareholder value. YRCW companies have one of the largest, most comprehensive less-than-truckload (LTL) networks in North America with local, regional, national and international capabilities. Prior to joining YRCW, Hall was president and visionary of Logistics Planning Services (LPS) in St. Paul, MN, USA. LPS is a successful and fast growing 3PL/4PL company. Under his leadership, LPS was named to the Inc. 500/5000 fastest growing companies five times and to the Minnesota Fast 50 and 100 Best Places to Work.

Hall graduated from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN, USA with a B.A. in Entrepreneurship. He is a recent EY Entrepreneur of the Year finalist and is Scrum Master Certified (CSM). Since 2015, Hall has been a member of the Children’s Masonic Hospital Business Advisory Board and the board of directors of UST Schulze School of Entrepreneurship. He maintains strong community ties, volunteering with several local and global charities with a heavy focus on military families and veterans’ health affairs.
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