2014 ANNUAL CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION. New Transportation Paradigm Demands Carriers Adopt ‘Supply Chain’ Mentality. Planning Your Next IT & Finance Move. June 16-18 Lincolnshire Marriott Resort Lincolnshire, IL. ATA Antitrust Statement.
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New Transportation Paradigm Demands Carriers Adopt ‘Supply Chain’ Mentality
Planning Your NextIT & Finance Move
Lincolnshire Marriott Resort
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Ben Cubitt, Transplace, Inc.
Erika Matias-Goodman, US Gypsum Corp.
Andy Miller, TMW Systems
Carl Kirk, American Trucking Associations
Transplace has successfully built a critical mass of supply and demand in the North American transportation marketplace – across all modes and regions.
KPI’s begin at a site or carrier level, then shippers want to benchmark performance across the network – by site, by carrier classification, etc.
3PL’s can also provide collaborative benchmarks – across customers, by industry vertical, etc..
Carrier Performance against established and communicated criteria are key inputs to carrier recognition programs – Carrier of the Year, Platinum carrier, etc.
US Gypsum Corp.
Leading brands, product innovation
Excellent customer base
Strong manufacturing and distribution network
Expanding into global marketsUSG PROFILE
Market Share of U.S. Ceilings Systems
Market Share of Gypsum Wallboard Distribution in U.S.
Market Share of Gypsum Wallboard in N.A.
Source: USG estimates and SEC filings
USG scorecard ranks and classifies carrier performance – Gold, Silver, Bronze. Data driven, Performance KPI’s, color coding for easy visual management.
USG provides carriers data on their volume and performance.
USG scorecard focuses on all areas of performance – service, claims.
USG scorecard ties back to performance levels – Gold, Silver, Bronze.
Carrier’s have “shipper” scorecards but these are generally for internal use only and not shared with the shipper.
Carrier’s survey responses and discussions consistently ranked economics and driver productivity as the keys to “preferred shipper” status
Network efficiency and driver productivity (pay) is becoming the driving concern and focus for carriers.
Automates the workflow of the entire transportation process from order to cash
Drives business execution, efficiency and profitability
Facilitates visibility and transparency across all organizational departmentsTMW Systems