Careers on the Move: Navigating the Choppy Waters of Global Logistics Networks

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Craig Fuller, Founder and CEO of FreightWaves, knows a thing or two about the intricacies of global supply chains and logistics.

FreightWaves, sometimes referred to as “the Bloomberg of freight,” has a clear vision – to help companies that help make up the $9.6-trillion global logistics market better benchmark, analyze, monitor and forecast, providing the tools they need to keep pace with an evolving landscape.

As the company puts it, “the professionals who manage these logistics networks are under constant pressure to monitor threats, manage costs and keep supply chains liquid and predictable. Unfortunately, their operations face volatility.”

Real-time information and forecasts can help navigate those choppy waters.

On this episode of Careers on the Move, presented by Cargomatic, Fuller joined host Tyler Kern to explore how that ideal vision of true connectivity and real-time data becomes a reality for companies looking for agility and growth.

“A lot of people don’t think about supply chain logistics unless something has been disrupted,” Fuller said. “During COVID, everybody got to experience the sensitivities – but also the resilience – of the supply chain. Our business is putting out information, context, news and content related to this massively important industry, which employs millions of people across the U.S. and tens of millions across the globe.”

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