Transporeon and Sixfold run free 100-minute real-time visibility master class
Real-time Transport Visibility has fast become the industry standard among shippers, carriers and forwarders alike. In making supply chains transparent and more visible, the application of real-time transport visibility data allows the industry to better deal with issues as varied as pandemics, Brexit and capacity crunches.
However, more than half of logistics professionals report that poor visibility is their biggest challenge, reducing their ability to monitor operations, adapt quickly to disruptions and manage uncertainty. That’s why Transporeon and Sixfold have created a free 100-minute master class to deliver key insights to boost logistics professionals’ knowledge and sharpen their visibility strategies.
About the event
Transporeon and Sixfold know that time is valuable, especially so in logistics, so this online event has been condensed into just 100 minutes to make sure you get the right information quickly. We’ll cover the latest RTV trends, products and technologies, and cover them through the lens of real-world customer success stories.
With featured speakers from Boston Consulting Group, Transport Intelligence and MINES-ParisTech, as well as trusted industry voices from Roambee, Tive, Kellogg’s, K+S and Trade Trans Combi, this event will cover the key topics related to real-time transport visibility, including:
- How carriers can improve their daily operations
- How supply chain visibility data sharing can improve your processes
- How to successfully onboard carriers
- How to increase customer service excellence
- How to grow your logistics business
How to register
Visibility Mastery 2021 is designed for shippers, carriers and forwarders regardless of whether they are customers of Transporeon or Sixfold. The event is on the 19th of October and lasts for just 100-minutes, with each lesson coming in at between 5-15 minutes, so you can make sure you get quality and actionable information on a timeframe that suits you.
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