Maine Pointe's Michael Notarangeli and Janice Pinson were quoted in the publication’s popular “Good Question” series, which addresses important industry topics among the industry’s top leaders. In this month’s question, “What’s the first thing you would do to address the supply chain talent gap,” Michael offered concrete advice about defining the attributes which drive success, forecasting where talent is needed and curating it across the firm. In Janice’s answer, she addresses the gap that exists because of a lack of talent and undefined expectations, and encourages organizations to address the gap from multiple angles to better align supply chain strategy with corporate strategy.
The mandate, which took effect just over a year ago, is among the factors leading shippers to seek alternative modes of moving their goods, Michael Notarangeli, EVP Logistics at Maine Pointe, told Supply Chain Dive.
Shippers of high-value freight are adapting their processes to address the problem of cargo theft. Maine Pointe EVP Logistics Michael Notarangeli notes that part of the problem is the nature of the supply chain, which includes well-marked vans and reefers and frequently unattended trailers. The driver shortage also plays a role, and Mike says that shippers need to properly verify driver credentials and put proper vetting procedures in place. He lays out a set of six best practices to prevent cargo theft in this insightful and important industry article.