Join shipping and logistics professionals at this 2022 supply chain strategy planning session.

If there is one thing that the past two years has shown us, it’s that being flexible is nearly essential. With the pandemic, environmental concerns and social unrest upsetting the norm, businesses around the world are being forced to assess and adapt faster than ever. Businesses must be able to change both their operations and offerings at an unheard-of pace.

But how do you create a plan that ensures flexibility and thrives in the face of constant change?

For many enterprise businesses, creating a sustainable and agile playbook for their supply chain doesn’t come without its challenges. [Learn more: Why Yesterday’s Carrier Strategy Has Expired] For the past year or more, those challenges have included capacity constraints, rising shipping costs and evolving customer expectations, but which supply chain disruptions are on the horizon is still unknown. The best strategy for moving forward is one that can adapt – both in technology and approach.

Supply Chain Strategies for Success

In partnership with Wisconsin’s chapter of the Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM), ProShip is offering an evening of strategic planning and dinner, catered by Bravo! Italian Kitchen, at our offices in Brookfield, Wisconsin, on February 17, 2022. The focus for this evening’s discussion will be how a multi-carrier approach is essential in the current supply chain landscape. If you are unable to attend in person, register below to receive information about the virtual option.

About this Event:

Single-Carrier Strategies are DEAD: Why Adding Carriers is Imperative for Supply Chain Success

With over a year of supply chain disruption being the “norm”, shippers have been stressed to find relief regarding carrier rate increases, surcharges, capacity caps and network-induced delivery delays. This has sparked a race to onboard multiple carriers to reduce costs, increase margins and enhance customer satisfaction.

In this upcoming ASCM session, industry-experts from ProShip discuss the ins and outs of adding additional carriers to your mix, how going multi-carrier eases common shipping pain points and the impact both technology and the workforce have on the overall success of your multi-carrier strategy.

Event Agenda

  • 5:30-6:15pm Dinner catered by Bravo! Italian Kitchen and Networking
  • 6:15-7:00pm Presentation on “Single-Carrier Strategies are DEAD: Why Adding Carriers is Imperative for Supply Chain Success”
  • 7:00-7:30pm Networking

Event Location

ProShip Headquarters
400 N. Executive Dr. Suite 210
Brookfield, WI. 53005

Presenter Profile

Justin Cramer is Co-Founder of ProShip, where he has deployed, designed or consulted on over 300 customer solutions within 4 continents and has designed shipping solutions executing more than 1.1 million labels a day. Justin has been on the IT side of shipping since 2001.

As hero fighter pilot, author, and poet Antoine de Saint-Exupéry said, “A goal without a plan is just a wish.” So, do you have a supply chain plan to achieve success or is it just a wish? Join ProShip and the ASCM Wisconsin Chapter on February 17 to solidify your multi-carrier strategy for success in 2022.

To learn more about this event and register to save your seat, visit the Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) Wisconsin Chapter website. Note: A virtual option is available once registered.