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The Intermodal and Supply Chain Challenge. April 30, 2001 Peter V. Coleman Vice President. e-Logistics. Great Ideas But We Have Not Executed Well …… Why?. e-Logistics. Where the Disconnect Has Been and Opportunity Lies. Decision Support Systems. Supply Chain Visibility. Data Connectivity.

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the intermodal and supply chain challenge

The Intermodal and Supply Chain Challenge

April 30, 2001

Peter V. ColemanVice President

e logistics
e-Logistics

Great Ideas But We Have Not Executed Well …… Why?

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e-Logistics

Where the Disconnect Has Been and Opportunity Lies

Decision Support Systems

Supply Chain Visibility

Data Connectivity

Data Capture / Internal Visibility

Operational Execution

“We believe the Internet provides the platform and impetus for supply chain

integration. For the first time, supply chain visibility and data connectivity are

finally possible on a cost-effective basis.”

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Decision Support Systems

Interchange

Physical / Technology

Operational Execution

e-Logistics

The Intermodal Tree

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e-Logistics

“We must become more efficient as costs continue to rise and physical barriers to supply chain growth are reached.”

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e-Logistics

Unfortunately Logistics Spend is Not Decreasing

($ in billions)

Logistics represented 10.4% of GDP in 1999 compared to 9.8% in 1990.

Source: Survey of Current Business, U.S. Statistical Abstract, Transportation in America, ENO Transportation, Cass Information Systems.

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95

e-Logistics

“The 95 Corridor gives us a glimpse of the future.”

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e-Logistics

Roadmap For Getting There

Connectivity

Collaboration

Optimization

Evolution

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e-Logistics

Logistics Services Stock Performance vs. Market

Source: FactSet, Banc of America Securities LLC.

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e-Logistics

Intermodal Case Study - J.B. Hunt Intermodal

In partnership with eight major railroads, JBHT operates a large intermodal network (over 21,000 containers), with volumes exceeding 600,000 loads annually

Source: FactSet, Company reports and Banc of America Securities LLC.

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e-Logistics

Future Challenges

  • Weakening financial performance
  • Continued commoditization of offerings
  • Capital intensity
  • Waning investor interest
  • Reduced access to capital
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e-Logistics

What The Government Can Do

  • Re-regulate or further de-regulate
  • Partnerships
  • Other forms of encouragement
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“The is the customer.”

e-Logistics

My Takeaway

The supply chain is an interwoven chain of participants, so any initiatives or strategies must be inclusive.