Virtual Event

Supply Chain Outlook

Trends and Risks To Watch in 2024

July 24, 2024 - 1-5PM ET


Pete Buttigieg

U.S. Secretary of Transportation

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg will discuss trucking and supply chains in an exclusive fireside chat with Trucking Dive Senior Reporter Colin Campbell. Find full session information and registration details below.

Paul Brashier

VP, Global Supply Chain
ITS Logistics

Chris Della Rocca

Group CIO of Technical Operations and Risk
Johnson & Johnson

Timothy Fiore

Manufacturing Business Committee Chair
Institute for Supply Management

Jason Miller

Eli Broad Professor in Supply Chain Management
Michigan State

Olu Omodunbi

Chief Economist
Huntington National Bank

Jennifer Peters

Director BI & Data Analytics
Nestlé Purina

Robert Reiter

DHL Global Forwarding

Cathy Morrow Roberson

Logistics Trends & Insights LLC

Colin Campbell

Senior Reporter
Trucking Dive

Edwin Lopez

Managing Editor
Supply Chain Dive, Trucking Dive, Manufacturing Dive, Automotive Dive

Kate Magill

Manufacturing Lead Editor
Supply Chain Dive

Phil Neuffer

Supply Chain Dive

Our Sponsor Snowflake Presents:

Greg Sloyer

Industry Principal, Manufacturing


A fireside chat with Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg. Expert panels on the economy, logistics risks, and technology trends. A must-attend event for every supply chain professional.

In this outlook event hosted by Supply Chain Dive, Manufacturing Dive and Trucking Dive, we'll break down how the economy is faring, the top logistics flashpoints to watch, and how trends in AI adoption could affect retail and manufacturing supply chains during the second half of this year.

Years of unprecedented supply chain disruption have put a premium on forward-looking information. Don’t miss out.

Sign up for this free event to learn about:

  • How the economy is faring and what it means for supply chains
  • Analysts' projections for consumer demand and other key metrics
  • How AI is being leveraged to stay ahead
  • Top logistics risks likely to prevail throughout the year
  • Pricing and capacity trends across transportation modes

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Session Information

A Fireside Chat With Pete Buttigieg

1:00pm ET

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg will deliver remarks and join Trucking Dive Senior Reporter Colin Campbell for a conversation about trucking and supply chains, including infrastructure upgrades and the Freight Logistics Optimization Works program.

From Buzz Word to Real World: A Practical Guide to AI in Supply Chain
Presented by Snowflake

1:40pm ET

As the AI frenzy continues, distinguishing reality from hype is essential to avoid wasting time and resources. Supply chains are the lifeblood of manufacturing and transportation, and when it comes to adopting AI, slowing down to map out the right strategy can accelerate your supply chain transformation. Building a crawl-walk-run AI strategy on a solid, unified data foundation is crucial for achieving immediate value and long-term success. In this virtual session, Greg Sloyer Ph.D., Snowflake Industry Principal for Manufacturing, will outline practical steps in Supply Chain use cases along different stages of your AI journey.

Tailwinds and Headwinds: The Economic Forces Driving Consumer Demand in 2024

2:00pm ET

How are consumer demand and productivity shifting in light of current labor market, savings and inflation dynamics? And how could these ripples in the economy affect supply chain management? Economic experts will discuss the economic outlook that could alter forecasts.

Top Logistics Risks and Trends To Prepare for in 2024

3:00pm ET

Whether it’s risk of labor strife, or pricing and capacity concerns, hear experts' analysis of transport issues to watch during the second half of 2024, and their tips for how to prepare.

How AI Could Shape the Future of Supply Chain Management

4:00pm ET

AI use cases for supply chain management continue to emerge, but how impactful are they? Experts will discuss AI applications, common integration challenges, and the technology’s potential to help companies cut costs, boost productivity, and improve forecasts.