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  • Wayfair: International supply chain breakdown - Point of Sale

    Sr. Retail Analyst Andrew Cox is joined by John Esborn, Head of Global Expansion Strategy for eCommerce Ocean Supply Chain at Wayfair to discuss what makes Wayfair’s supply chain differentiated. Wayfair has rapidly grown into a household name and is expecting to do more than $12 billion in sales ...

  • The equally important and costly final mile inside warehouses - Point of Sale

    Andrew is joined by Deema Adada, Founder and CEO at warehouse orchestration software provider GetSett. Deema joins to discuss what the average warehouse in the US looks like, it’s challenges, and the low-hanging fruit for improvement. Deema explains why the dock door is the most critical juncture...

  • Recruiting, developing and retaining the right talent - Point of Sale

    Andrew Cox is joined by Jason Turner, VP, Talent and Growth Initiatives at Arcbest for his FreightWavesTV debut to discuss recruiting and retaining supply chain talent. With more than 9 million open jobs and promising prospects for economic growth, recruiting is crucial to succeeding in a post-pa...

  • Demystifying the magic of Amazon

    Andrew is joined by Jason Murray, co-founder of e-commerce software startup Shipium. Jason spent nearly 20 years building Amazon’s fulfillment and logistics technology infrastructure and was integral in the launching of Amazon Prime. Jason has launched Shipium with another former Amazon alum to h...

  • Retailer strategies for securing capacity with Danny Loe

    Andrew is once again joined by Danny Loe, Chief Yield Officer and President of Asset-Light Logistics at ArcBest. Danny joins Point of Sale to detail current market condition and give advice to retailers on how to secure reliable capacity.

  • How are changing consumer behaviors forcing innovation in retail supply chains?

    Retail has been in a constant state of evolution dating back to the days of bazars, but the coronavirus pandemic accelerated change in retail like never before. Moving product closer to consumers, speeding up delivery times, and dealing with exponential online sales growth while testing out new f...

  • The future of food delivery is here - Point of Sale

    For EP14, Andrew is joined by Matt Newberg, Founder of foodtech media startup, HNGRY, to discuss the biggest trends in rapid food delivery, micro-fulfillment, ghost kitchens and foodtech.

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  • Amazon Logistics: The most valuable logistics company in the world

    For episode 12, Andrew is joined by Marc Wulfraat, Founder and President of MWPVL International, a global supply chain consultancy. Marc has compiled the most robust dataset on Amazon Logistics locations and has a keen understanding of Amazon's supply chain strategy. Marc details what the 2020 gr...

  • How a leading beauty brand offsets its carbon freightprint

    Andrew Cox is joined by two very special guests, Susy Schöneberg from Flexport.org, and Lauren Schilling from premier beauty brand TATCHA to discuss building sustainable supply chains. Through Flexport.org, TATCHA offsets 100% of its shipping emissions. The three discuss how it's done, what the b...

  • Why managed transportation fits so well for SMBs w/ Danny Loe

    Danny Loe is a multidecade vet of the logistics industry and currently resides as the Chief Yield Officer and President, Asset-light logistics at ArcBest. As such, Danny oversees ArcBest's managed transportation division and has incredible insight into the mode, it's benefits, and it's challenges...

  • Port congestion, Suez fallout, and difficulties of diversifying supply chains

    Daniel Hackett is a partner at Hackett Associates, a maritime consulting and advisory firm that publishes the Port Report in tandem with the National Retail Federation each month. Daniel joins Point of Sale to discuss the fallout of the Suez Canal will look like from the US, how port congestion i...

  • COVID turned Fortune 100 companies into startups w/ Simeon Siegel

    The retail landscape was upended by COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdowns, but Simeon Siegal believes there are many silver linings. When the pandemic hit, Siegel says retailers were faced with an environment of zero revenue and optional costs. This gave massive companies the ability to do someth...

  • How LTL carriers are adapting to take e-commerce market share

    Andrew is joined by Dennis Anderson, Chief Customer Officer at ArcBest to discuss how LTL carriers are rolling out new services and pivoting to take advantage of e-commerce acceleration. Dennis details how flexibility and agility in LTL networks make them perfectly positioned to benefit from an a...

  • AR/VR's massive impact on retail supply chains - Point of Sale

    Augmented reality and virtual reality usage exploded during COVID as retailers quickly had to find ways for customers to test products. "Faces and Spaces" are early adopters of VR in retail, but they're just the beginning. Virtual reality has proven to be an invaluable tool for retailers to incre...

  • Tariffs, Trade Policy & Legislation w/ Rick Helfenbein - Point of Sale

    Rick Helfenbein is the former President of the American Apparel & Footwear Association and is currently a retail and trade consultant in New York and a contributing writer for Forbes.com. Rick has spent more than 25 years in the apparel industry and has unique set of perspectives due to his vari...

  • Warehouse Technologies w/ Keith Phillips - Point of Sale

    Wearable warehouse technologies have rapidly gained popularity as retailers look to leverage the newest available hardware and software to make their workforce more efficient and productive. Keith Phillips is the President and CEO of Voxware, a warehouse technology software provider that uses a m...

  • Parcels and Returns w/ Satish Jindel - Point of Sale

    Satish Jindel brings his 30 years of industry experience for a fiery conversation on parcel networks and reverse logistics. Jindel drops some dimes about the "Amazon Trojan Horse", details his belief that returns are not inevitable and that every return is a money losing operation.