On this week’s Drilling Deep, host John Kingston returns again to the diesel market, this time reviewing a recent report that has some unsettling news for diesel consumers. Also on the podcast, the CIO of Sleek Technologies talks about his company’s supply chain software solution that puts carriers and shippers together, but doesn’t consider itself a digital broker. He tells us why.
Receive an indepth analysis of key trends, hurdles and opportunities among the freight procurement industry as it moved into 2022.
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On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are talking to Oleg Yanchyk, co-founder and CIO, Sleek Technologies about the global impacts of the Ukrainian conflict.
When shippers connect directly to 75K+ compliant, out-of-network, asset-based carriers they increase tender acceptance, save 12%-20% on freight spend, and gain access to actionable shipping data and insights they won’t get from a broker.
One critical supply chain process has remained unchanged and inefficient for years. Unfortunately, this process is not equipped to handle today’s extreme market volatility. Manufacturers across the US continue to use this old, rigid process because no other options exist to replace it- until now!
To stay ahead, companies need to consider tech which optimizes the supply chain.
Continuous improvement, fueled by technology, within the supply chain is how manufacturers remain agile. But one critical process remains unchanged and is not equipped to handle today’s market volatility. Supply Chain Experts from Sleek Technologies & 101 Solutions examine:
1. How freight capacity impacts the supply chain.
2. What shippers are doing to achieve 95.5% OTD & up to 20% TL savings in today’s volatile market.
We examine how freight brokers work, why they should be eliminated, and how to go about it.