Surviving Shipping’s New Normal - Session 1
SURVIVING SHIPPING'S NEW NORMAL WITH ACTIVE & INTELLIGENT CARGO PROTECTION
Learn how to take control of your cargo's integrity through container monitoring and moisture protection
Two sessions are available:
- 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM CET
- 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM PDT (click here to register for this alternative time slot)
With port congestion common, re-routing, shipping, and delivery schedules uncertain, it is more important than ever to have the ability to monitor shipments in real-time, and when the cargo finally arrives that it is undamaged.
Real-time cargo condition monitoring helps the supply chain prepare for unforeseeable delays, determine root cause analysis, and moisture control inside the shipping container helps ensure goods arrive intact, and undamaged.
As leaders in their industry, Clariant Cargo & Device Protection and Arviem are working to help address challenges during today’s unstable shipping environment.
By joining this webinar, you will
- understand how digitization allows for a more accurate and granular view of cargo status, and help determine levels of moisture protection
- learn how proactive cargo protection can help minimize moisture damage by ensuring goods remain dry regardless of delays, rerouting, and lost or recovered cargoes
- discover how a multinational processor of cocoa beans and manufacturer of high-quality chocolate pinpointed the root cause of their moisture damage: a case study that can be applied to all shipping regardless of the goods involved!
David Navas, Senior Innovation Manager, Clariant BU Functional Minerals, and Ryan Grauer, Sales Manager – North America, Clariant Cargo & Device Protection together with Ray Crowley, Director Business Solutions Arviem, and Lean Inventory Consultant, will present a case study and how their solutions allowed for an improved moisture protection strategy to help mitigate future losses.
Join us in surviving shipping‘s new normal
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