Podcasts

Plastic Recycling: Things are Worse Than You Think

In 2021, there were 40 million tons of US plastic waste. How much of that do you think was recycled? Dan and Will dive into why your civic duty may not be as beneficial as you think it is.

Podcasts

Plastic Recycling: Things are Worse Than You Think
In 2021, there were 40 million tons of US plastic waste. How much of that do you think was recycled? Dan and Will dive into
Have trucking rates peaked and is that a great sign for the upcoming holiday season?
Will and Dan differ on nostalgic moments when it comes to driving on the highway but do they agree that innovation and change need to
New York, New York! Busiest Port in the US
How did NY/NJ become the busiest port in the US in August? What does this mean heading into Q4 and how the ports could be
Globalization: What’s Actually Happening and What’s Not?
Trade is growing faster in 2022 and 2023 due to globalization. Dan and Will discuss which countries are benefiting the most from this and where
Earth Wind & Fire: Force Majeure
What happens when an unforeseen event takes place and impacts your supply chain? Do you know what force majeure is? We discuss what can happen
FedEx is warning a global slowdown is coming. Should you be concerned?
Dan and Will discuss the current economic environment, what their predictions are regarding a recession, and how businesses may have a pricing advantage coming soon.
Potential Railroad Strike & How It Affects The Economy
With another possible railroad union work strike on the horizon, How will this affect the overall economic output of the country? What will this do
Celebrate the hard-working class even if robots are coming!
Disruption is currently happening and will continue to take place in the supply chain but that doesn't mean you should disparage the workers who are
Is there a shipping container shortage because of vertical farming?
We explore this new phenomenon of aquaculture farming, how it could relate to the existing ecological and sustainable work with green farming and what the
Bringing Decision-Making Closer to the Consumer
We understand it, demand forecasting is tough and the needs of the consumer are always evolving. Sit back and listen from beginning-to-end as we simplify
Off the rails again, how a pending strike could have an impact on your supply chain
Freight can't seem to catch a break. From port congestion to lack of containers to trucking prices soaring, a strike is looming for rail workers.
When Not to Fix Your Supply Chain with a Band-Aid Solution
Let's rip that Band-Aid right off and explore why you shouldn't fix something that isn't broken. This may be the inverse of what you are
The Impact Mother Nature is Having on Global Supply Chains
Just when you think we turn a corner, mother nature says no. Worldwide droughts and heat have caused recent disruptions. We are here to keep