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Does Logistics Matter?

Does Logistics Matter?

Author: Martijn Graat - LogisticsMatter

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LogisticsMatter is an independent platform that shares news and insights on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics. LogisticsMatter's Founder Martijn Graat talks to thought leaders in the industry.

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Answering YES to the question today is Joost Jongbloed, CEO at Gradient.In this episode, we talk aboutThe perception of logistics companies versus the view of their customersHow digitalisation impacts operations, customer service, marketing, and salesThe shift from traditional sales to digital strategiesAnd the power of storytelling and brand differentiationThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovation in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog at www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was powered by Gradient. Gradient is a full-service B2B agency that helps renowned logistics companies achieve profitable growth by digitalising their marketing, sales and service activities. On September 12th, they will share their expertise at a live event at De Weistaar, featuring sessions from leading logistics thought leaders. For more information on Gradient and the event, visit begradient.com.For more information on the event, you can go directly to https://begradient.com/groeiversnelling-in-logistiek/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is George Swartz, Vice President Shipper Solutions Sales at Loadsmart.In this episode, we talk aboutThe current state of the transportation industryThe opportunities for optimizationThe interplay between technology, workforce dynamics, and strategic planningAnd the role that technology plays in thisThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovation in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog at www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was powered by Loadsmart. Loadsmart is transforming the logistics landscape by leveraging cutting-edge technology and industry expertise to deliver optimized, reliable, and transparent freight services and solutions. From digital freight brokerage and consultancy to software tools, they empower shippers, carriers, and warehouses to move more with less—increasing efficiency, reducing costs, and enhancing service quality. For more information, visit Loadsmart.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Jason Anderson, Senior Program Director at the ClimateWorks Foundation.In this episode, we talk aboutThe current state of decarbonisation in the shipping industryHow we can bring down the carbon footprint of ocean freightWhat that will take from shippers, shipping companies, ports, and governmentsAnd what innovations and technology will help us reach a zero-emission shipping industryThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovation in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog at www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was powered by ClimateWorks. ClimateWorks is a global platform for philanthropy to innovate and scale high-impact climate solutions that benefit people and the planet. We deliver global programs and services that equip philanthropy with the knowledge, networks, and solutions to drive climate progress for a more sustainable and equitable future. For more information, visit Climateworks.org. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Gabe Sganga, Head of Commercial Growth at ForterraIn this episode, we talk aboutThe current and future state of autonomous transportationWhat commercial logistics can learn from the militaryHow on- and offroad autonomous vehicles can improve logistics operations, like yard management and drayageAs Gabe says in this episode: “Amateurs think tactics, professionals think logistics.”Thank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovation in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog at www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was powered by Forterra. Forterra is a leading provider of autonomous systems for ground-based movement in the working world. They deploy advanced autonomous capabilities to commercial and industrial organisations that share a vision for improved efficiency, reduced cost, and greater safety on the ground. For more information visit forterra.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Brian Gaunt, Vice President of Excellerated Digitalization at DHL Supply Chain. In this episode, we talk aboutThe latest developments in automation and roboticsThe benefits of using robotics in warehouse operationsAnd the impact on warehouse workers.Thank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog on www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was powered by DHL Supply Chain. DHL Supply Chain, part of the DHL Group, is the world’s leading logistics provider. Combining management and value-added services with customized, integrated logistics solutions drives resilience and efficiency, improves quality and creates competitive advantage. For more information, visit dhl.comThis episode was sponsored by Manifest. Manifest brings together the most comprehensive ecosystem of those innovating and transforming end-to-end supply chains and logistics. Visit Manifest Vegas  February 5, 6, and 7 in Las Vegas, and experience unprecedented access to the people and technologies changing the way the world moves. For more information visit manifestvegas.com/logisticsmatterManifest let’s you experience unprecedented access to the people and technologies changing the way the world moves. For more information, visit manife.st that’s manife.st Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Raimondo Gramaglia, Head of Sales and Development at FL TechnicsIn this episode, we talk aboutHow digitalisation has impacted the sales processThe impact of thought leadership and content marketingWhy sales and marketing should work closely togetherAnd how new technologies like ChatGPT impact marketing and salesPlease enjoy my conversation with Raimondo GramagliaThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog on www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was supported by FL Technics. FL Technics is a global independent group providing full-scope aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul services uniting over 2000 professionals of the aviation industry worldwide. For more information visit fltechnics.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Futurist and Author Amelia Kallman.In this episode, we talk aboutThe impact of AI on supply chain and logistics operationsHow augmented reality will change retail as we know itThe risks of powerful AIAnd the steps companies can take to implement these new technologies safelyPlease enjoy my conversation with Amelia Kallman.Thank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog on www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was supported by Amelia Kallman. Amelia is a futurist, speaker and author on innovation and technology. She consults brands, agencies, and governments on the impact of new technologies on the future of business and our lives. For more information,visit ameliakallman.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question on this episode is Ken Teese, Director of Sales - Enterprise at Getac.In this episode, we talk aboutDigitalisation in LogisticsThe impact of connectivity and real-time data accessWhy logistics companies are moving from Windows to AndroidAnd how handheld devices increase the efficiency of logistics operationsPlease enjoy my conversation with Ken TeeseThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog at www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was supported by Getac. Getac Technology Corporation is a global leader in rugged mobile technology and intelligent video solutions, including laptops, tablets, software, body-worn cameras, in-car video, interview rooms, and evidence management software. Getac’s solutions and services enable the vital work of frontline workers operating in the world’s most challenging environments. For more information, visit www.getac.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Nour Shawky, Co-founder and CEO of Softec Technologies Group.In this episode, we talk aboutWhat artificial intelligence isHow it can be used to address challenges in the logistics industry todayHow Norma Live optimises route planning based on AIAnd Nour looks into his crystal ball and shares his vision of an AI-driven future.Please enjoy my conversation with Nour ShawkyThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog at www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was supported by Softec Technologies Group. Softec is a tech company and leading Intelligence and visibility solutions provider for Commercial Fleets, Last-Mile Operations, Logistics, Transportation, and Emergency Command and control. With Norma LIVE, Softec optimizes express transport planning. Norma Live is a real-time dynamic live routing algorithm enabling you to put your entire express transport planning operation on auto-pilot. It also optimizes pickup & delivery operations of the last mile and significantly empowers same-day and immediate delivery services. For more information, visit Normalive.ai. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Tim Brankin, Vice President Business Development and Communications at Eagle Rail.In this episode, we talk aboutThe latest developments in global shippingThe growth in container shipping and the impact on portsCongestion in and around ports and what to do about itAnd how to optimise and decarbonize first-mile transportation in port areasPlease enjoy my conversation with Tim BrankinThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog on www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was supported by EagleRail. EagleRail is the smarter and cleaner way to connect container terminals with internodal operations. It is the world’s first 100% electric overhead container transportation solution, dramatically improving port and internodal operations and efficiency. For more information,visit www.eaglerail.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Lora Cecere, also known as the Supply Chain Shaman and Founder of Supply Chain Insights.In this episode, we talk aboutThe five types of supply chainWhat having an excellent supply chain meansAnd how the future of the supply chain is outside inUnraveling the Secrets of Supply Chain Excellence with Lora CecerePlease enjoy my conversation with Lora CecereThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog on www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was supported by Lora Cecere and Supply Chain Insights. Supply Chain Insights is focused on delivering independent, actionable, objective advice for supply chain leaders, helping companies discover which practices and technologies make the biggest difference to corporate performance. For more information, visit supplychaininsights.com and supplychainshaman.comRead about this podcast on the LogisticsMatter blog Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Pieter van den Broecke, Managing Director Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany at Manhattan Associates.In this episode, we talk aboutHow retailers and logistics service providers should embrace change to keep up with changing customer demandsHow change impacts people and processes, and how technology is a key enabler.We also talk about the role younger generations play in thisPlease enjoy my conversation with Pieter van den BroeckeThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog on www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was supported by Manhattan Associates. Manhattan Associates is a technology leader in supply chain and omnichannel commerce. They unite information across the enterprise, converging front-end sales with back-end supply chain execution. Their software platform technology and unmatched experience help drive top-line growth and bottom-line profitability for their customers. For more in For more information, please visit manh.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Global Chief Sales Officer Gavin Polizzo of Cloudstaff.In this episode, we talk aboutTrends and developments in the labour marketHow to effectively leverage and manage remote teamsHow outsourcing can alleviate the pressure on supply chain and logistics companiesPlease enjoy my conversation with Gavin PolizzoThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog on www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was supported by Cloudstaff. Cloudstaff is the fusion of great people, innovative technology and a culture that engages our staff and promotes personal and professional growth. It fully utilises technology to remove the limitations associated with remote workforces and fully integrates local and remote teams with tools, systems and processes that deliver complete control and visibility. For more information, visit Cloudstaff.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Vice President of Product Tim Rudolph of Seven Senders.In this episode, we talk aboutHow technology can enable retailers to leverage multiple carriersThe benefits of using out-of-home deliveryAnd what the future of last-mile delivery will look likePlease enjoy my conversation with Tim RudolphThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog on www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was supported by Seven Senders. Seven Senders supports retailers with their daily end-to-end supply chain from warehouse to customer. They offer shipping and delivery services from a single source, such as analytics, tracking tools, a customs solution - designed to reduce the effort and complexity of customs clearance operations, and Out Of Home services through one standardized and easy-to-use format: their PUDO Locator. For more information, please visit: sevensenders.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Chief Sales Officer Gianni Maes of RedspherIn this episode, we talk aboutChallenges and changes in the industryTrends in Road Freight in Europe, with a focus on Time Sensitive FreightAnd the role of digitalization and platformsPlease enjoy my conversation with Gianni MaesThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog on www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry Vleugel of Klets.MediaThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was supported by Redspher. Respher has over 40 years of experience in handling time-sensitive shipments throughout Europe and beyond. The company offers digital tools for both shippers and carriers to easily find, book, and track solutions for time-sensitive shipments. For more information, please visit redspher.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today are Business Development Specialist Julija Stensgaard Kristensen and Product Manager Johan Thunberg of KRONUSIn this episode, we talk aboutThe importance of selecting the right packaging for your productsThe benefits of wooden packaging, like pallet collarsAnd how it is used in different industries to optimize transport and warehousing operationsPlease enjoy my conversation with Julija and JohanThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog on www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was supported by KRONUS. KRONUS specializes in the design and manufacturing of standard and custom wooden packaging. The company’s products are exported to more than 60 countries worldwide. For more information, please visit kronus.eu Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Gert-Jan Jansen, Founder and CEO of RotateIn this episode, we talk aboutThe current state of the air freight industryHow to prevent death by dashboardThe importance of actionable dataAnd how to improve day-to-day commercial decision makingThank you for listening to the Does Logistics Matter? Podcast. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog on www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was supported by Rotate. Rotate helps airlines turn data into action and improve day-to-day commercial decision-making. Rotate combines state-of-the-art market data, cloud-based tools and analytics with expert support and training. For more information, visit letsrotate.comPlease enjoy my conversation with Gert-Jan Jansen Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Oscar Morales, Co-Founder of SiftyIn this episode, we talk aboutGlobal supply chain challenges and their impact on customs operationsHow small errors in data entry can have large consequencesHow digitalisation and automation can increase the effectiveness and efficiency of customs brokersHow eco-systems of data combined with the right technology will further enhance the capabilities of customs brokersThank you for listening to the Does Logistics Matter? Podcast. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog at www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please send an email to podcast@logisticsmatter.com This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was sponsored by Sifty. Sifty applies Machine Learning to sift through thousands of data points in seconds, reducing repetitive tasks and saving time for Customs Brokers.With this approach, Sifty will change the flow of information in international trade to make it better together. For more information, visit siftyML.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Lars Heemskerk, Founder and CEO of AugmexIn this episode, we talk about:How Lars became the founder of a logistics tech company at the age of 17And How he convinced Google to make him an official Google Glass Solution ProviderWe also talk about Technological innovations in logisticsAnd How vision picking and augmented reality increases the efficiency of warehousing operations Please enjoy my conversation with Lars HeemskerkThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog on www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please email podcast@logisticsmatter.com or message me.via LinkedIn.This podcast was produced by Dimitry VleugelThe music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael SpenglerThis episode was supported by Augmex. Augmex develops augmented reality solutions for companies to reduce errors and increase flexibility among employees using Google Glass.  For more information, visit Augmex.comDon't forget to subscribe so you don't miss any future episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Answering YES to the question today is Wiebe Helder, Founder and CEO of CargobaseIn this episode, we talk about:Current trends in global freightHow companies need to become more flexible and respond faster when it comes to buying freight The influence of digital natives on the supply chain and logistics industryAnd what the future of transportation management systems looks likeThank you for listening to Does Logistics Matter. For more on trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics, visit our blog on www.logisticsmatter.comIf you want to be a guest on this podcast, please email podcast@logisticsmatter.com or connect to me via LinkedIn and send me a message.This podcast was produced by Dimitry Vleugel.The music is based on a sample by Ragaman and produced by Michael Spengler.This episode was sponsored by Cargobase. Cargobase has grown and developed its SaaS solution into a full-fledged modular Transport Management System (TMS). Today the Cargobase TMS is used in over 70 countries, bringing automation, visibility and efficiency to global supply chains.  For more information, visit cargobase.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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