The ramp up of electric vehicle development and production will bring added complexities to the North American supply chain. That includes transport and handling of dangerous goods and keeping up with the requirements for rapidly advancing battery components and technology, new packaging equipment as well as managing new recycling and closed-loop material cycles.

Leading logistics and packaging providers are working increasingly with new start-up and traditional OEMs to quickly meet the needs of these EV supply chains. In this session, executives from Ryder and packaging manufacturer Orbis share insights on the ongoing changes, challenges and opportunities.

Engineering an electric future

Robert Pluta (Ryder), Richard Logan (Automotive Logistics)

Bob Petersen, VP of Marketing and Product Management, Orbis Corporation
Robert Pluta, CTO, VP New Products, Ryder

Richard Logan, Senior Content Producer, Automotive Logistics and Ultima Media

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This session was held on Wednesday October 6 during the Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Global Live 2021 conference

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