The most successful people continue to be students of their industry, no matter where they are in their career. Warehouse and logistics professionals as well as e-commerce shippers have felt the whirlwind of change in the last two years, and with that, a million voices saying they have the best solution.
We’re here to cut through the noise and actually teach shippers what they need to know in order to make the best decisions for their operation and their bottom line. Enter Tee Up: Logistics Insights, our podcast that features insight and advice for shippers looking to grow in a rapidly growing industry.
Below is a breakdown of what you can learn through our past episodes, and stay tuned for continued insight!
In this episode Jake Wertner reflects on Q4 of 2021 and the trends happening in the retail space, particularly with large retailers and their final mile experience. Listeners will learn about shifts happening in final mile and why many large retailers are opting to take final mile transportation into their own hands. This episode is Part 2 of a two-part series.
Glenn Gooding and Jake Wertner sit down to reflect on Q4 of 2021 and the trends they are seeing in the retail space, particularly with final mile. Listeners will learn about shifts happening in final mile and why many large retailers are opting to take final mile transportation into their own hands. This episode is Part 1 of a two-part series.
Jake Wertner, Executive Vice President of iDrive Logistics, sits down to talk through everything 3PL and fulfillment related, including the different types of 3PLs, pros and cons of working with a 3PL, and how businesses can get started working with one! You will learn about the benefits and downsides of working with a 3PL vs self-fulfilling as well as the thought process of deciding to work with one!
In this episode, Glenn Gooding and Jake Wertner sit down to discuss the nuances of carrier agreements and everything shippers need to know about them. Ranging from what a carrier agreement is to how to get one, listeners will come away with a deeper understanding of how their business should approach shipping.
This week, Glenn Gooding and Jake Wertner of iDrive Logistics sit down to discuss 2020’s Peak Season. They touch on how limited capacity from carriers, surcharges, and low on-time percentages affected shippers. Listeners will get insight into Glenn and Jake’s predictions for 2021’s Peak Season as well as what shippers can do to prepare for peak seasons to come!
This week, Glenn Gooding and Jake Wertner of iDrive Logistics break down how shipping contributes to customer experience. They discuss the differences between FedEx and UPS, how different carriers contribute differently to brand image, and how negative customer experiences affect brand loyalty. Jake also throws in a bonus story that you won’t want to miss!
This week, Jake Wertner of iDrive Logistics takes a deep dive on abandoned shopping carts and the true reason why brands are missing out on huge amounts of revenue. Jake discusses consumer shopping trends, product pricing strategies, as well as the psychology behind product pricing. If you want to improve your business’s revenue, this episode is for you!
This week, Carl Hutchinson and Jake Wertner of iDrive Logistics sit down to discuss the logistics of non-profit organizations and the nuances of international shipping. They dive into Dolls of Hope, a non-profit organization that iDrive supports, as well as an international shipping horror story and what you never knew you needed to know about navigating international shipping customs! You don’t want to miss this inaugural episode of Tee Up: Logistics Insights!