Monetarily Distressed – Strategies for Maximizing Recovery
In today’s world of political and economic uncertainty, dealing with a financially distressed business is a likely reality. This exposes companies to a plethora of risks, and non-payment is just the tip of the iceberg – bankruptcy or other insolvency proceedings raise the stakes even higher. Michael Holbein, Arnall Golden Gregory’s commercial litigator and bankruptcy attorney, has the experience and foresight to help companies steer clear of these potential disasters. Learn to identify the warning signs and create innovative solutions.
Managing the Last Mile
As the number of consumers requesting deliver-to-home services increases, the last-mile arena is getting more complicated to manage. From customers expecting delivery at a moment’s notice to retailers begging carriers for increased communication, companies are looking for all the help they can get to manage this growing transportation sector. A speaker from the CLDA will detail critical strategies for managing the last-mile sector from both the carrier and retailer’s perspectives.
Checking it Twice
Accuracy on LTL bills of lading is extremely important, but with more shippers outsourcing traffic functions, how has this impacted the accuracy of these integral supply chain documents? For decades, LTL carriers have invested in Weight and Research programs to double check the accuracy of these bills. It’s past time to take a close look at W&R, from the perspective of both the carriers and the shippers. Are these programs really working, and what is the impact of the W&R program on the parties involved? In this session, find out about the current state of LTL W&R from a National Motor Freight Classification expert.
Benchmarking – A modern rating solution?
Benchmark rates have historically been one of the most obvious examples of “Collaborative Supply Chain Intelligence,” but do shippers, carriers, and 3PLs still find them useful? In this breakout, learn to identify the advantages of benchmarking solutions by better understanding how they are calculated and explore how these tools remain relevant in the new transportation age.