Supply Chain Dive, Transport Dive, and Manufacturing Dive
Supply Chain Dive
Supply Chain Dive
Professor of Supply Chain Management
Dr. Noel Hacegaba
Deputy Executive Director
Port of Long Beach
VP of Americas
DAT Freight & Analytics
Managing Director, Global Supply Chain & Operations Practice
After several unprecedented years of mismatched supply and demand, shippers can protect their margins by staying ahead of the supply chain trends to come. In this outlook event from Supply Chain Dive, Manufacturing Dive and Transport Dive, journalists and their sources will provide insights to the following questions:
What are the key trends set to affect the supply chain in H2 2023?
How is the trucking, rail, air cargo and maritime freight rate environment looking?
What economic factors should shippers anticipate for the rest of the year when planning demand or placing orders with suppliers?
2:00-2:45 PM ET | Session 1: Demand Forecast: What’s Next for the Economy?
Manufacturers, general supply chain managers and carrier executives should join us during this session to hear where consumer demand is tracking, and what that means for business orders.
2:45-3:30 PM ET | Breakout 1: Freight Recession, or Second-Half Comeback? Experts Weigh In.
Our panel of experts will discuss the state of trucking, rail, intermodal, maritime, and air cargo networks, and provide practical suggestions for shippers looking to fine-tune their freight shipment plans for the rest of the year.
3:30-4:15 PM ET | Breakout 2: Supply Risks in 2023: How To Maintain Resilience
What are the expected supply-side risks in H2 2023? We’ll hear directly from a panel of experts who will share their outlooks on commodity shortages, geopolitical, financial, and operational risks, and give concrete advice on how to mitigate them and build resilience.