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2022 Predictions for Supply Chain and Transportation Logistics 

Date: October 20th, 2021 @ 11:00am EDT

About the Webinar

In this webinar, Steve Beda, EVP of Customer Success and Advisory Services at Trax will discuss the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic that have played havoc on supply chains ranging from inventory shortages, unpredictable consumer demand, tightened capacity for transportation services, and higher rates for all modes of transportation. The key question now is – how long with these conditions persist and what is the new normal? While supply and demand have always been somewhat cyclical, the extraordinary events of the last two years have in some ways permanently changed how consumers will buy goods. 

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What You'll Learn

  • Understand how the economy and other factors will influence supply chain transportation logistics
  • Review how leading indicators translate into carrier prices and capacity
  • Recommendations and key areas of focus for navigating 2022

 

About the Speaker


Steve Beda Headshot-modifiedWith a long history of supply chain automation and transportation logistics experience, Mr. Beda works closely with the sales and marketing organization to ensure new and existing customers take full advantage of the Total TSM/TSI Spend Intelligence services offered by Trax. Additionally, Mr. Beda manages the Advisory practice at Trax. While with Trax, Mr. Beda has been instrumental in assisting clients with improving their spend management programs for both inbound and outbound supply chains. By successfully completing many parcel and non-parcel contract optimization projects, Mr. Beda has assisted shippers in aligning contracts with changing shipping dynamics, especially in the area of business-to-consumer last-mile delivery.   Mr. Beda has been recognized as one of the “Pros to Know” by the Supply & Demand Chain Executive editorial committee for two years running and is a regular speaker at the Parcel Forum.

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