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The Inbound Logistics Podcast is your source for relevant, interesting, and topical logistics and supply chain management information. Tune in for a direct line to the industry's top thought leaders.

Dec 18, 2017

Shipping hazardous materials carries more risks than hauling around more mundane items so safety gets even more priority than normal. The responsibility for ensuring that safety has to fall evenly across carrier, shipper and owner-operator to minimize potentially dangerous mishaps. Mike Cobb, VP of Safety and Compliance...


Nov 17, 2017

Shippers, 3PLs and carriers have a lot to think about just conducting their day to day businesses. But one important aspect that they all should be considering more carefully is the fine print in any contracts or agreements that they put their name to. Marc Blubaugh, co-chair of the transportation & logistics practice...


Oct 26, 2017

The business of brokerage and freight forwarding is often an exercise in managing chaos. Chaos that can come from man, machine or mother nature. But to successfully manage that chaos requires attention to the details your customers expect and adaptability to situations that no one expected. Pete Mento, of Crane...


Oct 5, 2017

In tight supply chains, every advantage could mean a boost to the bottom line. A well managed system of GPS freight tracking is one way to provide the visibility required for businesses to keep their products on the move. Don Maltby, President and COO of HubGroup, joins us to explain how an investment in the...


Aug 30, 2017

The supply chain industry is always looking for any advantage to help it move more quickly, more efficiently and more economically. One such resource could be in Hydrogen Fuel Cell technology which promises faster recharge cycles and a cleaner footprint. Retail giants Walmart and Amazon have already invested in Hydrogen...