Archive for Past Episode – Kenco Logistics

Uncovering Cost Savings in Material Handling and Fleet Management

Jeff Burns, President at Kenco Material Handling Solutions discusses the following questions and more in this timely and informative episode: What does “fleet management” mean for material handling and distribution folks? What are some of the main challenges companies face related to fleet management? How do you determine whether to buy, lease, or rent equipment? […]

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The Great Transportation Spot Market Inversion of 2018

Andrew Lockwood, Senior Manager Analytics & Solution Design at Kenco Group, discusses the following questions and more in this timely and informative episode: What is this “spot market inversion” and what factors are behind it? What does this mean for shippers? How should they interpret and respond to this trend? What’s the biggest mistake a […]

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The Transportation Market: Are We Heading Into Unprecedented Territory?

Mike Finn, VP of Transportation at Kenco Group, addresses the following questions and more in this timely and informative episode: What are you seeing and hearing in the transportation market from the shippers and carriers you work with? Are the effects of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma on the transportation market still lingering today How will […]

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Collaborative Supply Chain Innovation: A New Model for Success

Kristi Montgomery, VP of Kenco Innovation Labs (part of Kenco Group) and Puga Sankara, Co-Founder of Smart Gladiator discuss the following questions and more in this timely and informative episode: When it comes to driving supply chain innovation, what have been some of the lessons learned to date? How would you characterize the current state […]

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The New Value Equation in Contract Logistics [Episode]

Greg Boring, VP of Sales at Kenco Group addresses the following questions and more in this timely and informative episode: How are customer expectations different today than 5-10 years ago? What’s driving these expectations? Is technology playing a more prominent role in the 3PL-shipper value equation today? What’s driving all of the M&A activity in the 3PL […]

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So Many Metrics, Which Ones Matter the Most?

When it comes to supply chain and logistics metrics, companies are either tracking too many of them or they have so many metrics to choose from that figuring out the right approach to performance measurement is a challenge. Are there any guiding principles to selecting the “right” metrics? Many companies have taken a balanced scorecard […]

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