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Author: Jonathan Kempe – Let’s Talk Supply Chain Asia Pacific

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Let's Talk Supply Chain (Asia Pacific) is the Asia Pacific regions’ flagship supply-chain Podcast, hosted by Jonathan Kempe. News, events, trends and innovation. It features informative commentary from leading industry voices, and the most innovative companies. Get in touch at listener@ltscasiapac.com
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Join host Jonathan Kempe, and special guest Alison Cusack “The Shipping Lawyer” aka Hurricane Alison on Let’s Talk Supply Chain Asia Pacific’s’ third episode. Jonathan and Alison cover several highly relevant and powerful topics, in a raw and unedited episode:How Alison started in the maritime + shipping industryAlison courageously shares about the immediate and long-term impact of being assaulted at a high-profile industry functionAlison details her wrestle with why and how she should tell her story Hear a clear explanation of the expectation to be ‘the perfect victim’ Alison finishes with a direct call to action for the industry, and gives a clear message of support to other victims’ who need to be heard, understood, and believedThank you, Alison, for sharing with such courage. Don’t forget to visit www.cusackandco.com.au for legal help with your shipments, and to sign up for the industry leading Propel Forward shipping course.This episode is sponsored by: Parallel.Visit www.parallelshipping.com and start your free trial today!
Join host Jonathan Kempe, and special guest Jay Fortenberry, a 40 year veteran of supply chains, on Let’s Talk Supply Chain Asia Pacific’s’ second episode! Jonathan and Jay discuss a number of highly relevant and applicable topics :Hear about Jay’s long and impressive history in multiple global companiesWe discuss JIT vs JIC vs a plethora of other acronyms that Jay has lived throughWhat we can learn from Peloton’s supply-chain disruptionsHow TPS and other systems like cash-to-cash cycle management improve outcomesHow supply-chain collaboration and ‘walking the floor’ can save you time and moneyFind out why  “…you don’t want to lose your rear-end over a thermostat”!In a highly practical and condensed episode, Jay reminds us of a number of foundational skills that are critical for industry participants to learn and practice. Some of them may not be the latest buzzwords, but when implemented well, can massively improve supply-chain efficiency while decreasing costs, and increasing profit.
Join host Jonathan Kempe, and special guests Eric Dawicki and Jillian Carson-Jackson, on Let’s Talk Supply Chain Asia Pacific’s’ first ever episode! Jonathan, Eric and Jillian discuss a range of relevant, pressing and engaging topics, including: The characteristics and character of those that serve at sea; causes of the current disruptions in supply chains and across the maritime domain; the experience of a woman in maritime; the seafarer crisis, and how it has impacted professionals at sea, and global supply-chains. Eric and Jillian share their personal stories and reflections of being influenced, assisted, and challenged during their careers at sea.Eric’s reflections on the current state of the supply-chain industry is decisive and thought-provoking. Jillian’s account as a woman in maritime is particularly moving – It is clear, even though great strides have been made, that there is still a lot of work to be done to support women who work in maritime environments. We also cover the evolving seafarer crisis, that has increased the disruption of global supply chains, and dramatically impacted the lives of many hard-working seafaring professionals. A call to change, and a message of support from the President of WISTA Australia, rounds out the episode. It is a privilege to hear from two seasoned practitioners. We look forward to further stimulating discussions with a range of guests from the Asia Pacific region, and from all over the world!   
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