Wednesday, 04 March 2020

8:30 — 11:00 AM

Registration

Location: Hyatt Regency Long Beach, Lobby

Sponsored by:

8:30 — 9:00 AM

Networking Breakfast

Location: 104 Foyer First Floor

Location: 104B, First Floor

Mitigating BCO Disruption Through Direct Chassis Leasing

9:00 — 10:00 AM

Senior Editor,
West Coast,
JOC, Maritime & Trade,
IHS Markit

Session Chair

Bill Mongelluzzo

Director, Logistics and Compliance,
SG Companies

Panelist

Jeffrey Solomon

Director, Northeast Region Sales,
FlexiVan

Panelist

Scott Stogner

Vice President, Logistics,
Fornazor International

Panelist

Carl Varner

Shipper Case Studies

Location: 104C, First Floor

The Single 3PL Model to Support Global Growth:
An Ember Case Study

10:00 — 11:00 AM

Senior Editor,
Technology,
JOC, Maritime & Trade,
IHS Markit

Session Chair

Eric Johnson

Chief Operating Officer,
Asia,
and Senior Vice President,
Ocean Services,
SEKO Worldwide

Panelist

Anthony Barnes

Chief Operating Officer,
Ember

Panelist

Phil Poel

Location: 104C, First Floor

Taking Control of Air Cargo:
A Perry Ellis Case Study

10:00 — 11:00 AM

Greg Knowler

Session Chair

Senior Editor,
Europe,
JOC, Maritime & Trade,
IHS Markit

Daniel Gazitua

Panelist

Senior Vice President,
Customs, Logistics,
and Trade Finance,
Perry Ellis International

Zvi Schreiber

Panelist

CEO,
Freightos

Lacking visibility and agility across ocean freight procurement leaves shippers at the mercy of a highly volatile market, especially during peak demand periods. Digital air cargo is emerging as an increasingly viable alternative with real-time, transparent pricing and live booking options, offering digitally savvy shippers vastly improved, dynamic air and ocean freight procurement. In this case study, Daniel Gazitua, senior vice president of customs, logistics, and trade finance at Perry Ellis International, will present the company’s innovative approach to freight procurement in collaboration with Freightos Group. For example, while even air cargo today is frequently sold as a 5-plus-day solution with padded and vague transit times, using Freightos Group’s digital air cargo technology, Perry Ellis is able to price, select, and book specific flights in real-time, transforming time-sensitive cargo procurement. After exploring core drivers that demand increased agility, Daniel will show how the collaboration led to major air freight efficiencies, present data points on the improvements and future potential, and highlight recommendations for improved cooperation with technology companies.

11:00 — 11:30 AM

Networking Break

Location: 1st Floor

11:30 AM — 12:30 PM

Building End-to-End Cargo Visibility:
An Eastman Chemical Case Study

Location: 104C, First Floor

Eric Johnson

Session Introduction

Senior Editor,
Technology,
JOC, Maritime & Trade,
IHS Markit

Klaus Schnede

Panelist

Manager,
North American Marine Category, Eastman Chemical

11:30 AM — 12:30 PM

Supply Chain Sustainability:
A BCO Route to Decarbonization

Location: 104C, First Floor

Senior Editor,
Europe,
JOC, Maritime & Trade,
IHS Markit

Session Chair

Greg Knowler

Director,
Transport & Logistics,
BSR

Panelist

Angie Farrag-Thibault

Vice President,
Global Logistics,
Electrolux

Panelist

Bjorn Vang Jensen

Vice President,
Global Logistics,
H&M

Panelist

Mats Samuelsson

12:30 — 2:00 PM

Lunch With Speaker

Location: 104C, First Floor

Senior Editor,
West Coast,
JOC, Maritime & Trade,
IHS Markit

Speaker Introduction

Bill Mongelluzzo

CEO,
SeaIntelligence Consulting

Panelist

Lars Jensen

2:30 — 4:00 PM

Long Beach Port Tour

Location: Dock #9, outside Parker’s Lighthouse, Shoeline Village

REGISTRATION DETAILS FOR THIS EVENT TO COME

The Port of Long Beach cordially invites TPM20 attendees to join a 90-minute harbor cruise that will tour many of the port facilities. The cruise will depart from Dock #9, just outside of Parker’s Lighthouse in Shoreline Village in downtown Long Beach and will last approximately 90 minutes. The tour will offer a close-up look at the many container terminals, on-dock rail yards, and diverse mix of cargo that makes the Port of Long Beach a world leader in goods movement. TPM20 attendees may use this opportunity to discuss with port representatives how the current and future challenges of trade growth are being handled at the Port of Long Beach.

 

 

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