Global supply chains are becoming more complex as consumer demand increases. The greater need for products, ingredients and raw materials directly translates into increased environmental impacts. As consumers and organizations become aware of the potential damage caused by global trade and logistics, how can we develop more sustainable supply chains? And how can companies become better environmental stewards? These are just some of the questions we will be answering on this week’s episode of Off the Supply Chain.
Seth Holm is a senior research analyst at FreightWaves. He has researched the relationship between consumers, businesses, and manufacturers in the supply chain as an Equity Research Analyst for Concourse Capital Management, and as a Financial Analyst for Edge Capital Group.
Zach Strickland analyzes and reports on transportation industry activity and statistics for FreightWaves. As a financial and pricing analyst at USXpress he developed pricing for various services in the transportation industry utilizing operational cost and market analysis.
Michael Vincent serves as executive vice president of commercial solutions at FreightWaves. Over the past two decades he has overseen operations and sales for a variety of supply chain platforms from tropical shipping to LTL brokerage and TMS systems. He also has extensive knowledge of freight tech industries and how they apply to transparency and visibility in the supply chain.