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Container Tracking in Real-Time Across the Intermodal Supply Chain: IANA Webinar

We’re looking forward to adding our voice to the discussion on the future of intermodal transport, in the upcoming webinar, Improving Visibility Across the Intermodal Supply Chain.  

The webinar is facilitated by The Intermodal Association of North America (IANA), as part of their Technology of Intermodal Series. ORBCOMM’s Al Tama, VP & General Manager of Container and Port Solutions, will be joining a panel of experts to discuss how to improve visibility across the intermodal supply chain.  

Where: Online, you can register at this link.  
When: Thursday, October 22, 14:00 (EDT) 

Replacing some of the familiar trade show events for this year, IANA’s developed a suite of educational webinars to discuss the big topics the intermodal industry is facing. In this discussion, moderator, Bill Cassidy, Senior Editor Trucking and Domestic Transportation, The Journal of Commerce will be joined by experts, Al Tama, Scott Friesen of Echo Global and Eric Klein of Crux Systems to examine the challenges and opportunity in realizing end-to-end, real-time tracking of shipments from origin to the receiver’s dock.  

About ORBCOMM 

ORBCOMM’s comprehensive transportation offering helps fleets more than 600,000 assets on road, rail and sea. Our customers use real-time alerts to prevent cargo loss. Centralized asset management, automatic temperature recording, and door-open notifications help to avoid costly errors and ensure your assets are where they should be.  

“ORBCOMM’s (intermodal container tracking) solution will play a significant role in improving shipment visibility and enhancing service to our customers.” Chris Kravas, Chief Intermodal Officer at Hub Group, Inc. 

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