The convergence of TMS and logistics visibility is here.
In today’s highly interconnected world, it is no longer enough to simply integrate transportation processes and technologies in a TMS. Stakeholders need agile solutions to handle the speed and volatility of the “new normal.”
Transportation’s explosive growth, the complexity of the networks and frequent capacity constraints have created an environment that requires a true digital operating platform for transportation.
Visit us at the conference to hear more about how Blume is combining unrivaled logistics execution and visibility.
Join CEO of Blume Global, Pervinder Johar, as he moderates a panel discussion with representatives from Coyote Logistics, TuSimple, and Redwood Logistics to explore the benefits of current intermodal technology and the continued logistics digital revolution. They will talk about the current state of technology adoption in intermodal compared to other sectors and where the industry is going and what that means for the future.
Join Achieving more dual transactions and street turns probably represents one of the biggest potential ways to improve intermodal economics and competitiveness while reducing waste. But what seems to be an obvious “no-brainer” turns out to be notoriously hard to achieve. Blume’s Glenn Jones will discuss reducing logistics waste with representatives from CMA CGM and RoadOne IntermodaLogistics.
Blume Global’s digital operating platform, which can either replace or complement existing TMS applications, uses the network effect of the cloud to give all stakeholders a single version of the truth among logistics partners while also delivering unrivaled supply chain execution and visibility.
Blume Global solutions optimize logistics to reduce carbon emissions, eliminate wasteful practices and increase efficiencies across the supply chain. Blume, a carbon-neutral company, is also dedicated to eliminating its own unsustainable corporate practices and offsetting any carbon emissions Blume emits.
The Blume Global Street Turns solution significantly improves driver and truck utilization, increasing turns while reducing congestion and CO2 emissions around ports and rail ramps. According to the Boston Consulting Group, street turns — where truck drivers match outbound moves from rail ramps with inbound moves to rail ramps, rather than repositioning empty containers for pickup — for domestic intermodal carriers could save 8 million to 18.8 million miles per year depending on container constraints.