When: 09 September 2021, 17:00 - 18:45
Where: Zoom Webinar
- Neil Gould – Host
- TBC – SeaIntelligence: Setting the scene. Introduction to the market elements objective Cost vs Service vs Profit
- Noatum Logistics: Shipping over 300k TEU Noatum is a Top 50 forwarder. Markus Higham, director of product & procurement, will be joined by James Davis, gateway manager : Where will rates end up covering benchmark corridors, supply and demand balance
This event will appeal to anyone operating in, affected by, or interested in deep-sea container shipping. Including forwarders, shippers, shipping line personnel, port operators, logistics professionals, academics and students.
Sea freight pricing has traditionally been an uneasy compromise between shippers and carriers balancing contract and spot rates, volume and capacity.
The COVID-pandemic has destabilised the market and with carriers rates and profits reaching new heights, it is providing the catalyst to accelerate many initiatives, from carrier consolidation, digital forwarding, transcontinental rail and near shoring.
Is sea freight facing an existential crisis, or is there a possible future that suits carriers, forwarders and shippers.
The session will address the question What is a sustainable cost for sea freight which allows:
- Carriers to achieve a satisfactory return and invest in environmental efficiency
- Shippers to enjoy cost effective, resilient, and sustainable supply chains
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- SUS1.1 Social, Economic and Environmental Resilience of the Supply Chain