• Steve Jernigan, Nissan North America

    Partnering to prepare for the coming outbound crisis – in conversation with Nissan’s Steve Jernigan

    Nissan North America’s Steve Jernigan thinks the focus of supply chain constraints will soon shift from inbound to finished vehicle logistics, and encourages stakeholders in industry to work together during the opening session of Finished Vehicle Logistics North America 2021

  • Rory Hepner, Mercedes Benz at FVL North America

    Outsmarting the capacity crunch

    There is no single solution to the challenges facing North American vehicle logistics, but watch what Mercedes-Benz USA’s Rory Hepner is doing to manage the crisis with vehicle logistics providers, along with insights from top vehicle logistics brokers Acertus and outbound specialists RPM

  • Chris Cannon, Port of Los Angeles

    Delivering on net carbon zero in vehicle logistics

    Reducing emissions in finished vehicle logistics is increasingly an imperative, and stakeholders need to take ownership. Learn how technology and equipment providers are offering new solutions, and hear about innovations and targets at the Port of Los Angeles

  • Brandon Mason, Eaton

    Automotive outlook: No going back to ‘normal’

    Top Eaton analyst Brandon Mason discusses how inventory and supply chain issues are impacting North American sales and production, as well as how the industry might be seeing the start of permanent changes

  • Tom Cook, Nissan

    The end-to-end supply chain visibility is nigh

    Repent, the spreadsheet apocalypse is here! Watch how Nissan, Jack Cooper and Draiver are aiming to digitalise more vehicle logistics processes and improve visibility for the supply chain and vehicle logistics

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    Why vehicle dealers and customers want real-time visibility of distribution pipelines

    With vehicle inventories low, and more customers buying vehicles to order or with longer waiting times, the urgency for visibility in the pipeline is now critical for dealerships such as those for Chevrolet – and their end customers. And increasingly, the technology to achieve this tracking exists. This session features learnings from GM, FreightVerify, Glovis America and Black Widow

  • FVL Family Feud

    FVL Family Feud – a game that challenges new ideas and innovations

    Tune in for this fun, interactive game involving industry innovators from Volkswagen, Nissan and Glovis, along with plenty of audience participation. ’Survey says…’ the industry is ready to change and try new things.


    Alternative propulsion, alternative thinking

    In this session, leaders from the National Automobile Dealers Association and the American Trucking Associations share the key considerations, changes and innovations required for scaling up electric vehicle sales and logistics in the US

  • Patrick Ottensmeyer, Kansas City Southern

    A true North American railroad: what the Canadian Pacific and Kansas City Southern merger means for vehicle logistics

    KCS president Patrick Ottensmeyer joins vehicle logistics veteran Dennis Manns in conversation on how the upcoming merger with CP will improve capacity and border flows for vehicle logistics, and how the rail company is mitigating the supply chain crisis, including through investments south of the border

  • Ideas Labs_who wants to be a car hauler_Accelerated

    Finished vehicle logistics Ideas Labs – rolling the dice on new solutions

    Following workshops on key industry topics and challenges including driver shortages, in-vehicle telematics, vehicle processing and final mile visibility, industry experts at Finished Vehicle Logistics shared their group’s top solutions and next steps as part of a quick-fire pitch round