There’s no doubt that globalization has resulted in more complex and expansive supply chains. But at the same time, today’s customers also want to get their orders faster, so businesses must be more responsive. Staying ahead, then, often seems to mean balancing those two dueling demands. And among different global shipping options like air, ocean full container load (FCL), and ocean less than container load (LCL), working out the logistics can feel like a tall order.
About the Author
Lyndon Mcgrath — National Seafreight Manager, Global Forwarding – Oceania
Lyndon is the National Seafreight Manager, Global Forwarding – Oceania. With more than 27 years in the freight forwarding industry, Lyndon focuses on delivering efficient and competitive solutions to compliment customer needs and support carrier market opportunities. Lyndon is responsible for product strategy, trade lane development, volumes and revenue for Oceania transportation into Oceania.