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September 20-22, 2022 | MGM Grand Detroit


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The torrid years of pandemic and geopolitical disruption, component shortages and freight bottlenecks have hurt global automotive production and sales, with uncertainty still prevailing. For all its scars, however, the North American automotive industry could emerge more competitive, transparent and sustainable – thanks to increasingly resilient and connected supply chains, and closer partnerships across stakeholders and functions. Renewed investment in infrastructure, localisation and skills are also powering this resurgence.

The Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global returned to the MGM Grand Detroit on September 20-22 to explore the renaissance in supply chain management and how logistics can succeed in a fast-changing environment.

The 22nd annual conference shaped the future strategies across pertinent topics including Achieving Net Zero, Digitalising Logistics, End-to-End Supply Chain Vision, Networks of the Future and Developing Logistics Talent.

We hope you gained lots of valuable insights and made some new connections along the way!

2022 Expert Speakers



Edgard Pezzo, General Motors

Edgard Pezzo

Executive Director, Global Logistics and Containers

General Motors


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Edgard Pezzo leads GMs’ multi-billion-dollar annual transport network globally while positioning logistics upfront early in the vehicle development process and eliminating waste in logistics operations by bringing technology, innovation and transformational ideas. He has spent the majority of his 37-year career at GM in areas including supplier quality, purchasing and supply chain, including his previous role as VP of Global Purchasing and Supply Chain for South America. He trained in 1978 as a mechanical technician at Escola Tecnica Industrial de San Bernardo Do Campo in Brazil. He later received his degree in 1985 as an Industrial Engineer from Facultade Ingenieria Industrial São Bernardo Do Campo. In 1998, he received his MBA at Business School São Paulo with a specialisation in marketing.


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Kelly Bysouth

Chief Supply Chain Officer

IAC Group


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Kelly Bysouth is Chief Supply Chain Officer for International Automotive Components (IAC) Group. In this role, she has global responsibility and operational control for all aspects of the company’s procurement and supply chain activities. Bysouth has more than 25 years of automotive procurement and supply chain experience. Previously, she served as Vice President of Global Procurement and Supply Chain for Adient, a position she held since 2016. Among her many accomplishments, she is credited with building the first centralized Supply Chain function within the organization and delivering benchmark year-over-year cost savings.


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Chris Styles

Vice President, Supply Chain Management, North America

Nissan


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Chris Styles has been vice president, supply chain management, North America since March 2021. He is responsible for supply chain activities for all production parts and finished vehicle distribution in the US, Canada, and Mexico. Previously, he was senior director of supply chain logistics in the US, where he was responsible for vehicle and inbound logistics, packaging engineering and logistics strategy. Styles has worked as director of logistics for the US and Canada in Nissan's supply chain management organisation, director of purchasing for Mexico, and director of purchasing for logistics, aftermarket and accessory parts for the Americas region. He joined Nissan in 2002. He previously held logistics positions in auto parts retail and 3PL automotive companies. Styles holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.


David Leich, GM

David A. Leich

Executive Director, Global Supply Chain

General Motors


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In the role since January 2020, David Leich leads global supply chain operations along with assembly, propulsion and stamping, material launch execution and the demand/supply planning and scheduling organisations. He represents GM’s Global Purchasing and Supply Chain team on its North American Staff. He joined GM in 1989 and has worked across purchasing, supply chain and production, including working at different plants, executing launching for new vehicles and a greenfield plant. He has also led supply chain for pre-production, launch readiness and risk management, before taking over demand/supply planning in 2019 to lead vehicle and propulsion scheduling and capacity planning. Since 2015, Dave has represented General Motors on the Board of Directors for the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG). He has a BS Degree in Supply Chain Management from Michigan State University and a MS Degree in Management from Walsh College in Troy, MI.


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Steve Brown

Vice President, Parts Supply Chain

Toyota North America


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Steve Brown is responsible for the parts supply chain for Toyota plants across North America, which includes Toyota’s production parts and service parts supply chains. He oversees teams responsible for central planning and coordination of parts logistics, route engineering, new model planning, IT systems and sustainability initiatives for logistics. He also works closely with service parts planning as part of Toyota’s integrated parts supply chain function. Steve has worked with Toyota for more than 30 years across assembly, production control and logistics. He is based at Toyota’s North American headquarters in Plano, Texas.


Christopher Mattingly, Stellantis

Christopher Mattingly

Vice-President of Transportation, North America

Stellantis


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Christopher Mattingly is responsible for logistics and packaging across North America for Stellantis, including global inbound and vehicle logistics planning and operations to and from the region, packaging and network management. He has around 35 years’ experience at the company, including Chrysler, DaimlerChrysler and FCA, where he has held leading positions across supply chain management, including logistics, procurement, supplier quality and production control. Recent roles include director of component capacity and production scheduling, and director of interregional flows and customers before taking on his current role in the new global Stellantis supply chain team in July 2021. Mattingly has a degree in operations management from Wayne State University and a master’s in business administration from Central Michigan University.


Discover the Agenda Themes for 2022



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Navigating the new ‘never normal’


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Supply chain shortages, disruptions and trade complexities are set to endure for North American manufacturers, requiring greater agility and resilience in logistics and freight management. ALSC Global delves into how OEMs and suppliers can mitigate risk, with insight on the use of alternative ports and shipping routes, switching suppliers, creating strategic inventory locations, avoiding custom and tariff issues, and partnering closely with the right logistics providers.


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Achieving net zero


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Carmakers in North America have committed to carbon zero objectives, which will significantly impact supply chain and logistics decisions, from supplier and plant locations to the balance of road, rail and intermodal. ALSC Global charts the course for reducing emissions and waste, including reengineered freight networks, optimising packaging fill rates, using recycled materials and investing in alternative fuels and low-carbon trucking.


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Digitalising logistics


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With manual processes and legacy systems slowing down many tasks, automotive logistics is ripe for greater connectivity and automation. Supply chain stakeholders are investing more in digitalisation from tracking material and vehicles to overhauling the software stack for plant and warehousing logistics. At ALSC Global, learn the key IT and technology priorities across manufacturers, 3PLs and carriers, and understand how to harness data analytics, AI and machine learning in supply chain design and logistics operations.


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The North American automotive supply chain is changing, with more OEM startups and locations for electric vehicle production, and manufacturers localising products like semiconductors and batteries. With huge investments coming in charging and connected infrastructure, logistics players will be essential in ensuring the transition to digital, greener networks. Top executives and government officials at ALSC Global discuss priorities for ensuring that the region’s automotive supply


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End-to-end supply chain vision


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Today’s automotive manufacturing and distribution require careful visualisation of every part, plant, vehicle and dealership. Supplier and production decisions made without considering cost, quality and lead time could lead to wider disruption. ALSC Global sessions zero in on the strategic alignment of end-to-end supply chain management, including inventory, sales and operations planning (S&OP), packaging managing and total landed cost considerations, with the goal of ensuring holistic sourcing decisions.


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Developing logistics talent


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Labour shortages are squeezing the North American supply chain as much as component or capacity issues, with a lack of truck drivers and operators across ports, plants, yards and warehouses. The conference brings together the stakeholders from manufacturers and logistics providers to find solutions, such as adapting routes and technology. Leaders also discuss how to upskill logistics talent to deliver on the changing needs of the automotive industry.


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Ryder System, Inc. is a leading North American logistics and transportation company. In Mexico it provides supply chain and dedicated transportation solutions, transportation management, warehousing and distribution, e-commerce fulfillment and full service leasing to some of the most-recognized brands. Ryder manages in the country more than 1,000 dedicated vehicles and over 245 carriers under contract, it also operates more than 70 warehouses (Ryder and client’s sites) encompassing approximately 840,000 square meters. Ryder is regularly recognized for its industry leading practices in third-party logistics, technology-driven innovations, commercial vehicle maintenance, corporate social responsibility, world-class safety and security programs and the hiring of the best and diverse workforce.

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When your expedited shipment needs to reach its destination fast, we do whatever it takes to make it happen. We are more than an international courier, we are your partner in emergency logistics. We understand your challenges and work tirelessly to find the perfect solution for every urgent shipment. Delivering customized, reliable and efficient NFO and hand-carry solutions for time and mission-critical shipments from anywhere to everywhere in the world. CNW is a major supplier in the Semiconductor and Automotive Industry. In an aircraft on ground situation, getting the plane back in the air is priority #1. With global 30 offices worldwide, plus an arsenal of loyal local logistics partners, CNW is ready to take on your logistic challenges.
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RPM is one of the fastest-growing logistics companies in the North America and Europe, specializing in Finished Vehicle and Freight transportation. Leveraging a robust network, we deliver thousands of units per month and address our customers’ shipping needs by matching available capacity using our own proprietary technology tools and software. With our continued global expansion into new markets, we have expanded our 3PL solution-driven service offerings to include capacity planning, information technology, strategic planning, and inventory management.
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We are the fire department for Automotive Logistics because we ensure that you can keep your promise to your customers. For over 20 years we have been providing high-performance logistics solutions for the most challenging environments. Based on your requirements, our experts develop customized transport solutions that quickly and reliably move your time-critical parts via air, rail and road to where they need to be. We can provide you with onboard couriers as well as chartered aircraft. In many cases, however, neither are necessary due to an even better solution that is more cost-effective, yet still timely and dependable: with our unique Sameday Air network, we can transport your urgent shipments to their destination via our next-flight-out service (NFO). With our own operations at several airports, including tarmac access with physically supervised loading, time:matters offers the shortest handling and transit times as well as priority loading. Why conform to a rigid, predefined logistics infrastructure when you can tailor a supply chain to your individual needs?

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Agillence has developed powerful, proprietary next-generation optimization technology for solving complex supply chain problems. Coupled with unique web-based product architecture, Agillence delivers clients unprecedented benefits.

Agillence is a proven expert in the area of automotive parts logistics. Agillence can provide the right people, processes, and technology to ensure optimized material flow. Customers include OEMs, Tier suppliers, and 3PLs across the globe.

Over the last 20 years, in collaboration with a major OEM and a Tier 1 supplier, Agillence has developed an automotive-specific TMS to address parts logistics challenges. Agillence TMS facilitates optimizing and managing part-level data in a multi-tier parts network. Agillence TMS supports the complete Plan-Do-Check-Act for continuous improvement. It empowers OEMs & Tier suppliers to be lean, agile, and control transportation costs. Agillence TMS provides real-time end-to-end visibility and control at a part level in a multi-tier crossdock network helping OEMs and Tier suppliers to reduce buffer inventory, premium and IT costs.
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With around 76,100 employees at more than 1,850 locations in over 130 countries, DB Schenker is one of the world’s leading logistics providers. The company operates land, air, and ocean transportation services, and it also offers comprehensive solutions for logistics and global supply chain management from a single source. In 2022, DB Schenker celebrates its 150th company anniversary. To reach its ambitious goal of climate-neutrality until 2040, the logistics service provider continuously invests in innovative transport solutions, renewable energies, and carbon-neutral products for its customers.
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Evolution Time Critical has been delivering the world’s finest premium and emergency logistics to the automotive industry since 2001. Their award-winning team is trusted by vehicle manufacturers and component suppliers worldwide. Their activities cover every part of the world, from developing countries with challenging infrastructures to the most sophisticated automotive manufacturing regions. Rigorous research provides access to creative solutions via highly specialist local partners while a combination of tenacity, detailed understanding of local issues, and expertise in all critical transport modes, ensures the fastest, most efficient progress at every stage. Many automotive companies integrate Evolution services with their lean supply chain strategies, developing contingency plans that will immediately resolve potential failures, so they are able to reduce cost and inventory with confidence. Evolution’s success in driving excellence in time critical logistics has received global recognition with prestigious awards from respected global benchmarking organisation Frost & Sullivan, and the Institute of Transport Management.
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GEODIS is a global leading transport and logistics provider recognized for its commitment to helping clients overcome their logistical constraints. GEODIS’ growth-focused offerings (Supply Chain Optimization, Freight Forwarding, Contract Logistics, Distribution & Express, and Road Transport), coupled with the company’s truly global reach thanks to a global network spanning nearly 170 countries, is reflected by its top business rankings: no. 1 in France and no. 7 worldwide. GEODIS employs over 44,000 people globally and generated €10.9 billion in revenue in 2021. Automotive & Mobility is one of our core Verticals. We offer dedicated solutions for not only the traditional OEMs and Tier Suppliers, but also tailored packages for the new EV suppliers and manufacturers in the area of “battery logistics”; including Transportation, Warehousing and reverse Logistics in selected regions. In addition GEODIS delivers solutions to reduce your CO2 emissions for Transportation (sustainable fuel) and environmentally efficient Warehouses.
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A.P. Moller - Maersk’s vision is to become the Global Integrator. Increasing complexity in global supply chains is making them inefficient, vulnerable and unsustainable. At Maersk, our strategic vision is to become the Global Integrator, offering truly integrated logistics solutions that connect, protect and simplify our customers’ supply chains.

Our values inspire us to do better in a constantly changing world.

We are committed to sustainable growth

Our purpose serves as the foundation and compass guiding our work towards a world where global trade distributes economic and social benefits, without negatively impacting individuals, communities or the environment.

This is why sustainability is integrated into our purpose. Because real shared value can only be delivered through logistics solutions that are digitized, integrated, decarbonized and democratized – so that global trade is inclusive and sustainable, and the benefits are felt by as many people as possible.
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Royale International is a global logistics provider with 42 offices spread across 23 countries. The organization offers customized services and timely solutions to meet the needs of clients ranging from SMEs to Fortune 500 corporations. Royale offers a variety of logistics services such as; Life Sciences solutions, Air freight, E-commerce logistics, Express Courier, Mail fulfilment, and Warehousing, but specializes in Time Critical logistics.
With over 25 years of Time Critical logistics experience, the organization thoroughly understands how to take on complex challenges and offer breakthrough logistics solutions to its clients. Royale’s global account management teams have extensive logistics knowledge and can provide rapid solutions for businesses in various sectors, such as the Automotive, Semiconductor, Aerospace, and Oil&Gas industries, knowing they can depend on Royale International to ensure the safe and prompt arrival of their goods.
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Air Charter Service is an award-winning cargo charter specialist and with 27 offices across North America (New York, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Miami and Toronto), South America, Europe, Africa, the CIS, the Middle East, Asia and Australia, we provide aircraft charter solutions worldwide. With a proud history of more than 30 years, the company arranges 23,000 charter flights a year, with revenue of US$1.2 billion in 2020. As a world leader in the industry, ACS has been voted Cargo Charter Broker of the Year by Air Cargo Week readers for the past nine years in a row. ACS has been providing time critical charter solutions for more than 30 years and we work extensively with the automotive logistics industry, especially in North America and Europe. We are able to charter a variety of aircraft types, including helicopters, private jets, commercial airliners and cargo aircraft.
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Cargobase (since 2013) is an independent logistics tech company that offers no-nonsense cloud-based software solutions. Software built by logisticians, for logisticians. Cargobase’s unique Transportation Management System (TMS) can be used stand-alone, or integrated with existing systems for production, non-production, project, contracted, spot-buy and premium freight flows. Key-features include: Freight Procurement. Approvals. Shipment Execution. Advanced Track & Trace. Invoice Audit. Cost Recovery and Analytics. The platform covers all freight modes, is available in all major languages, and is used daily by the world’s leading OEM’s and 8 of the top-20 Tier-1 suppliers in the automotive industry. .
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For over 40 years, the Confezioni Andrea Group has produced transportation covers for all the main automotive, aeronautical and marine companies in the world, working side by side with R&D, quality and logistics departments as well as design centres. Our mission is to manufacture and guarantee a top-quality, cost-effective product range for the protection of vehicles in the logistics pipeline. Reducing damage by up to 95%, this represents the most complete and eco-friendly vehicle protection solution available. Thanks to our continuous evolution and focus on high quality standards, we are the benchmark for vehicle protection in the worldwide automotive market.
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At DSV, we keep supply chains flowing in a world of change. We provide and manage supply chain solutions for thousands of companies every day – from the small family-run business to the large global corporation. Our reach is global, yet our presence is local and close to our customers. More than 75,000 employees in over 90 countries work passionately to deliver great customer experiences and high-quality services. We aspire to lead the way towards a more sustainable future for our industry and are committed to trading on nature’s terms. DSV is a dynamic organisation that fosters inclusivity and diversity. We conduct our business with integrity, respecting different cultures and the dignity and rights of individuals.
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We believe trade can move the human race forward. That’s why it’s our mission to make global trade easy for everyone. Flexport is the platform for global logistics—empowering buyers, sellers and their logistics partners with the technology and services to grow and innovate. Companies of all sizes—from emerging brands to Fortune 500s—used Flexport technology to move nearly $19B of merchandise across 112 countries in 2021.
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The automotive industry is currently undergoing a fundamental change: Volatile markets and the disruptive shift to e-mobility are creating completely new challenges for global supply chains. It is good that you can rely on a constant: Hellmann Automotive Logistics ensures stability. We develop individual logistics solutions for production and spare parts business. Hellmann Worldwide Logistics was founded in 1871, which means more than 150 years of experience! During this time we developed into one of the largest international logistics providers. With our high-performance products like Airfreight, Seafreight, Road, Rail, and Contract Logistics, we always offer the right solution for the complex logistics requirements and rely on future-oriented digital services for maximum transparency and more efficient supply chains. And what makes us different? Our people! We are a $4 Billion company with 12,348 enthusiastic employees in 264 branches taking care of 20 million shipments per year.
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ORBIS Corporation believes there is a better way to optimize today’s automotive supply chain, with reusable packaging products and packaging management services. As the North American reusable packaging leader, ORBIS helps world-class OEMs and tier suppliers move parts faster, safer and more cost-effectively with reusable totes, dunnage, metal racks, bulk containers and pallets. As a steward of sustainability, ORBIS is committed to driving the circular economy and a better world for future generations through reuse with our environmentally-friendly designed products, end-of-life recycling, material innovations and sustainable operations.
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Transfast Trucking began in 2004 in Grand Ledge, MI. The owners launched Transfast Logistics in 2019 to service the growing demand for an honest and dependable 3PL. In 2020 Transfast was recognized by INC 5000 as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the United States. Transfast is also a proud WBE Certified Women Owned business.

The succuss and continued growth of Transfast is built on a foundation of the highest level of customer service and deep-rooted personal relationships. Our customers trust and know we will be there to help them when they need it most. When things get rough, they call us for help before any others. We also design solutions in all modes including FTL, LTL, Expedite, Air, dedicated, and consolidations to make their business operate efficiently and reduce cost.

As an asset based 3PL, Transfast provides options other companies cannot, and with a personal touch unmatched by others. We are a proud Michigan based company and if given a chance we will exceed all expectations!

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aThingz, is a global supply chain technology company that provides the following business outcome focused solutions: Logistics Autonomous Planning, Logistics Spend Management, Logistics Network Sourcing Intelligence, Real Time Transportation Visibility, Supply Chain Resilience (Demand - Supply Sensing), Demand Forecasting.

We provide faster and timely integrated business insights across the value chain, while transforming, innovating and providing sustainable cost savings, using proprietary algorithms, AI, machine learning, digital twins and optimization models. With our strong foundational data management and integrations features, we continuously improve the quality of data, thereby increasing the accuracy of supply chain business decisions.
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For three generations, the Carter family of companies has been evolving to meet the demands of an ever more connected world. What began as a modest, family-owned dealership in 1957 eventually developed into a trucking company and has cultivated one of the largest North American automotive consolidation network

Carter Logistics’ strategically placed consolidation docks offer alternatives for manufacturers that have traditionally utilized LTL terminals or cost-saving for manufacturers who utilize truckload. Carter offers unparalleled shipping services. With over 750 power units and 1,600 trailers, Carter Express is a recognized expert in customs and border crossings for Canada and Mexico. Carter’s on-time performance, coupled with our low damage rate, is unprecedented within the industry.

Carter built its foundation in trucking but is now a high-tech, results-oriented supply chain company. Carter is dedicated to innovation and marries the latest technology and data with a large, asset-based operation in the US and Mexico. Carter’s experienced analyst team makes continuous improvement and shared solutions a way of life. This drives cost containment solutions for our customers, some of the largest manufacturing companies in the world.
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DP World is the leading provider of digital smart end-to-end supply chain logistics, bringing automotive supply chain solutions to OEMs and car manufacturers across the globe. As a business, we are an interconnected global network of 295 business units in 78 countries, with a significant presence both in high-growth and mature markets. We own, develop, and operate industrial parks, inland cargo depots, and special economic zones across the globe. Our bespoke solutions are developed to handle a complete automotive trade journey from receiving, preparing, and discharging to final delivery. We are committed to long term collaborative solutions to tackle the changes in the sector through innovation and have recently acquired two global logistics companies, syncreon and Imperial, to further expand our automotive supply chain and logistics capabilities.
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GLOVIS is a major third party logistics service provider specializing in Vehicle & Parts Logistics. GLOVIS America designs logistics strategies and processes tailored to its customers’ environment. By utilizing the latest information systems and advanced logistics technologies, GLOVIS provides total logistics services in the US and Canadian markets. GLOVIS also handles inbound logistics for plant operations and freight forwarding services.

Glovis America, Inc. has been GREAT Rated three years in a row!
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Kuehne + Nagel creates value through its leading solutions, industry expertise, powerful technology and extensive global network. Our services include finished vehicle, lithium battery, inbound & outbound and production logistics, as well as aftersales services, packaging services, tire logistics and reverse logistics. Kuehne + Nagel logistics experts understand the requirements of the automotive industry and develop solutions tailored to customers’ businesses. We are proud to be working with some of the world's well-known automotive manufacturers and suppliers. Our global logistics network includes over 1,300 offices and distribution facilities in 100 countries, staffed by dedicated teams with local knowledge and processes in place. This includes customs brokerage teams to ensure cargo clears customs in the most cost-efficient way. Kuehne + Nagel strives to provide maximum visibility, flexibility and information for its customers. Through our global digitalization tools, we offer on-line quoting and booking, track and trace, and powerful data to help customers make informed decisions.
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ProTrans, founded in 1993, is an award-winning Indianapolis based transportation and supply chain management provider that specializes in Third-Party Logistics (3PL), Freight Consolidation, Freight Management Services, and Inventory and Fulfillment Management. We serve many vertical markets including various manufacturing industries within Canada, Mexico, and the United States. Our expertise includes innovative, best-in-class solutions that identify operational efficiency, cost-savings opportunities, and improved transit times as well as accommodate unplanned freight.

We have experienced tremendous growth in our twenty-nine-year history evolving into a dynamic service provider of innovative and customer focused supply chain management solutions. Our creative thinking, nimble infrastructure, and customized logistics solutions will allow you to concentrate on your business.
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XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE: XPO) is a leading provider of freight transportation services, primarily truck brokerage and less-than-truckload (LTL). XPO uses its proprietary technology, including the cutting-edge XPO Connect® automated freight marketplace, to move goods efficiently through supply chains. The company’s global network serves 50,000 shippers with 756 locations and approximately 42,000 employees and is headquartered in Greenwich, Conn, USA.

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From life-saving organs to essential machinery components, Airspace is trusted to move the most time-critical shipments on time, every time. The company’s proprietary AI-powered platform completely automates routing, dispatch, and delivery. Awarded and protected by multiple patents, Airspace technology provides unrivaled speed, reliability, and transparency in time-critical logistics. With its exclusive courier network, 24/7/365 support, and AirTrace™ tracking and reporting solution, the company is rapidly scaling into new markets and industries while continuing to innovate and maximize value for its customers.
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McMahon Airborne Logistics is an asset-based, air and ground carrier, specializing in delivering the most time-critical shipments “direct-to-door” via helicopter. McMahon’s custom fleet of helicopters are forklift-loadable and capable of landing directly at customer facilities without the use of airports. McMahon’s logistics team immediately provides customers with accurate, down to the minute delivery timing, often unattainable to fixed-wing air carriers or ground carriers. Based in Canton, Michigan USA, McMahon’s regional service transports critical material to customers in more than twelve states and southern Ontario, Canada. McMahon has been bridging the gaps in automotive supply chains since 1980.
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TrinityRail® is a leading North American supplier of rail transportation products including the Hourglass® autorack with increased interior width to promote operational efficiency and safety and a 20’-2” autorack for taller vehicles. Also available are railcar leasing and management, parts, maintenance, and on-site field support for training and operational assistance.
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Ranked the 11th largest port in the United States, based on foreign waterborne tonnage, Port Freeport is making waves on the Gulf Coast. Known for its reliable and flexible customer service, Port Freeport has transformed into a preferred destination for RORO, breakbulk, containerized and project cargoes. With the shortest - and soon the deepest - channel on the Texas Coast, Port Freeport continues to expand, offering state-of-the-art infrastructure, enabling you to grow your business. Port Freeport reached a milestone exceeding 100,000 vehicle units handled in 2021 and averages 15 RORO vessel calls per month. Visit our booth and learn why manufacturers, shippers and carriers are making significant investments and long-term commitments in Port Freeport.
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4flow provides supply chain consulting, software, and managed services to clients across the globe in a wide variety of industries. Leveraging more than 20 years of supply chain expertise and IT know-how, 4flow helps businesses optimize supply chains for the future by providing innovative solutions from strategy to implementation.

Clients include companies in the automotive, consumer packaged goods, industrial, retail, and pharmaceutical industries, among many others. Operating worldwide, 4flow has 19 locations in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.
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Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) is the official economic development agency of the Federal Republic of Germany. We support international companies interested in establishing a physical business presence in Germany confidentially and free of charge. Thinking of expanding your European business to Germany? Contact us.
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UgoWork develops, manufactures, and distributes innovative connected lithium-ion battery solutions for industrial vehicles. Its Energy as a Service (EaaS) subscription model reduces upfront costs for faster deployment and provides customers access to the latest lithium-ion technology, software suite and best-in-class support with maintenance and technology updates. The company leverages telemetry to proactively help its clients solve operational challenges through accessible pay-per-use plans. With millions of kWh delivered and no personnel safety incidents, UgoWork's lithium-ion offering is proven, flexible and safe. The products and energy solutions cater to industrial vehicles operating in the food and beverage, manufacturing, transportation, and distribution sectors. Based in Quebec, Canada, the company offers its solutions across North America to many fortune 500 companies.


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