Dr. David HC Correll in Conversation on the Upcoming 2022 State of Supply Chain Sustainability Report
Dr. David Correll discusses the annual State of Supply Chain Sustainability Report, coming out in July 2022. The report, which provides a snapshot of how supply chain and logistics professionals prioritize and implement their supply chain sustainability efforts every year, is a co-presentation of MIT CTL and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.
In this virtual Q2 2022 Research Update and Discussion, approximately 70 friends of the FreightLab joined MIT CTL researchers to share experiences and insights related to “Improving the Sustainability of Truckload Transportation.” This off-the-record conversation offered both context for, and concern about, shippers’ and receivers’ readiness to be carbon net-zero by mid-century.
Dave Correll reviews Platform Revolution by Geoffrey Parker, Marshall Van Alstyne, and Sangeet Choudary – a guided look under the hood of a new engine technology. A new engine tech that is quietly, and reliably, powering many aspects of our daily lives – internet platform companies.
Last week, the FreightLab convened its first research update and discussion of 2022. The virtual session, entitled “What Works and What Doesn’t at Truckload Freight Appointments?” convened a group of 55 shippers, carriers, brokers, solutions vendors, and others to consider common problems in modern truckload pickup and delivery.
Modeling Operational Flow Capacity and Evaluating Disaster Interventions for Downstream Fuel Distribution: A Conversation with PhD Candidate Shraddha Rana
We spoke with Shraddha about her forthcoming paper, “Modeling Operational Flow Capacity and Evaluating Disaster Interventions for Downstream Fuel Distribution”, which evaluates how the flow fuel in the downstream distribution network can be increased to avoid shortages in times of distress, such as in the aftermath of disasters.
James H. Thomas’s 1979 book The Long Haul: Truckers, Truck Stops & Trucking, published by Memphis State University Press, is mostly a snapshot in time. It’s a picture of the state of American truck drivers and their place in the culture at a precarious moment.
The latest Commercial Carrier Journal published an article titles, “Do carriers have short-term memories in tight freight markets?”, which sites FreightLab’s Angela Acocella research on trucking and shipper contracts
In MIT CTL’s latest Friday Research Briefing Dr. Chris Caplice discusses the lab’s latest projects and research findings.
The latest Outbound Magazine focuses on the trucking industry; the changes in the market, infrastructure plans, and newly proposed legislation. Dr. David Correll spoke with the magazine to give an overview of his research on the trucking industry. You can view the...
David Correll in conversation about his new MIT FreightLab working paper, Two Quasi Experiments Concerning Working Conditions of American Truck Drivers
Q: “Two quasi-experiments”? To start, can you explain what this means? Firstly, it’s two experiments because there were two phenomena of interest. First, drivers quitting, and second, tight markets. We wondered, what’s different in the ELD data...