In the evolving world of logistics, understanding the foundation of domestic intermodal pricing can be a game-changer for businesses. STG Logistics’ CEO, Paul Svindland, will take the stage at the Inland Distribution Conference scheduled for September 26th in Chicago to discuss this important point.
Paul’s expertise and strategic insights make him a thought leader for those in the logistics and transportation domain. Within two decades of his career, he cemented his position as an expert in domestic intermodal transportation. His insights have found their way to the pages of esteemed publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Forbes, underlining the weight of his voice in the industry.
His session, titled “Domestic Intermodal Pricing — What You’re Getting for Your Dollar,” promises to be a deep dive into the domestic intermodal market’s present dynamics and future projections. Attendees can expect insights on:
- The critical influences over domestic intermodal pricing as we navigate through 2023.
- The ripple effect of competitive truckload rates on intermodal providers.
- How intermodal providers are reshaping their strategies to compete with the trucking business.
- A look into what 2024 holds for domestic intermodal pricing.
Joining Paul in this session are Journal of Commerce Senior Editor, Ari Ashe and other expert colleagues.
This panel is earmarked as a must-attend session for shippers aiming to leverage the best possible pricing strategy to gain a competitive edge.
The Inland Distribution Conference offers a line-up of industry leaders from respected firms like Swift Transportation, Werner Enterprises, Paper Transport, and S&P Global. In addition to the sessions, this event offers an excellent platform for learning and networking, offering actionable insights and expanded connections.
The future of domestic intermodal transportation is always changing, and there’s no better place to get a comprehensive overview than at the Inland Distribution Conference.