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Welcome to The Logistics of Logistics

The Logistics of Logistics is dedicated to exploring how things get places. Join Joe Lynch, for conversations with the people who get them there. Joe talks with logistics and transportation industry leaders about innovation, technology, trends, and the future of freight.

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Lou Gehrig Day with Larry Cepuran

May 27th, 2022|Podcast|

Lou Gehrig Day with Larry Cepuran Larry Cepuran and Joe Lynch talk about Lou Gehrig Day and ALS, which stands for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Larry Cepuran is a friend of Joe’s who has been diagnosed with ALS, which is sometimes referred to

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Beyond the Data with William Sandoval

May 23rd, 2022|Logistics, Podcast, Technology|

Beyond the Data with William Sandoval William Sandoval and Joe Lynch discuss beyond the data. William is the Senior Vice President of Product Management and Strategy at PowerFleet Inc., a wireless IoT company that provides solutions to the industrial, logistics

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The FarEye Story With Kushal Nahata

May 19th, 2022|Logistics, Podcast|

The FarEye Story With Kushal Nahata Kushal Nahata and Joe Lynch discuss the FarEye story. Kushal is the CEO and Co-founder of FarEye, a company that enables enterprises to deliver at reduced cost with a superior customer experience.

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Disruption In Container Logistics With John Murnane

May 16th, 2022|Podcast|

The North American inbound supply chain was well-run and extremely cheap before the pandemic brought disruption to the logistics and transportation space. Since the pandemic, the shipping industry had to adapt and is still adapting to this uncertainty. Prices are

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