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Ending on a High Note: Expert Panels Share Key Trends That Will Create Path to LTL Growth Amid Ongoing Disruptions

The final day of the SMC³ Connections 2022 supply chain event may have been short, but the sessions packed in some deep insights and confident projections on the LTL landscape.

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The Present and Future of Technology for the LTL Industry—and Insight Into the Current Regulatory Landscape

Day two of the SMC³ Connections 2022 supply chain event offered a glimpse into SMC³’s exciting product roadmap for the LTL industry, with Worldwide Express CEO Tom Madine delivering the morning’s keynote address.

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The Magic and Valuable Insights on Expanding into the LTL Market

Connections 2022 supply chain event kicked off with a bit of magic. That is, professional basketball legend and business titan Earvin “Magic” Johnson delivered the keynote address, regaling the attendees with his inspirational, rags to riches story and insight on how to win—on the court and in business. Here’s a rundown of what you need to know from day one.

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Armada managing director discusses the future of the economy in a preview of Connections 2022 supply chain conference remarks

During Connections 2022, Chris Kuehl, managing director with Armada Corporate Intelligence, will provide critical insight during the global and domestic economies sessions. Kuehl recently took some time to discuss with SMC³ his predictions for the rest of the year and beyond, and the indicators that will shape global economics.

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How LTL shippers and carriers are using technology to improve efficiency

In an SMC³ LTL202 online education exclusive covering “Technology in an LTL Environment”, transportation logistics and technology professionals offered their insights on the technologies that are changing LTL and what the industry needs to do to keep up in a future where efficiency will be paramount.

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Cross-border LTL: How it’s different from domestic freight and how to succeed at the border

As shippers continue to tap into cross-border markets, carriers who want to accept that freight need to be ready for everything that carrying cross-border freight entails. In a recent SMC³ LTL202 educational session “LTL Operations from Dock to Stock, industry professionals discussed some of the biggest hurdles and how LTL carriers can overcome them.

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