Innovative Solutions to Solve Shipping & Supply Chain Challenges

June 21, 2022 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CST


Since 2011, $302 billion of venture capital funding has been invested in supply chain technology, leading to advancements on a decades-old, fundamental logistics problem: matching loads to trucks. Obviously, there are benefits to increased supply chain visibility ⁠— fewer empty miles, increased driver retention, predictive analytics, as well as improved communication between shippers and carriers. But are these innovations sufficient to address the most mainstream issues facing the industry?

This webinar will address:

• The current status and future outlook of the transportation industry.
• How businesses can refine their supply chain strategies with their shipping partners.
• Innovative shipping programs that encompass all progressive transportation endeavors with a focus on reducing operating costs, fuel expenses and CO2 emissions, increasing capacity and utilization and creating more economic freight rates.


Featured Panelist:

Gregg Troian is the President of PGT Trucking, Inc., a multi-service transportation firm offering flatbed, dedicated, international and specialized services. Headquartered in Aliquippa, PA, PGT is the leader in progressive freight transportation and fleet evolution. PGT operates in excess of 1,000 power units and over 1,500 trailers, exceeding customer expectations with a strong focus on the Future of FlatbedSM.

His career includes over 43 years of experience in transportation, and 36 of those years with PGT Trucking. Throughout his career, Gregg has held various positions, including President and CEO of a large 3PL, and has played a major role in the growth and development of PGT Trucking, one of the safest and most reliable flatbed carriers in transportation. PGT Trucking is currently ranked in the Top 100 For-Hire Carriers in North America by Transport Topics, the nation’s logistics and trucking news leader.




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