INTTRA CEO Ken Bloom Presents Customer/Carrier Relationship Insights at TPM Asia 2012
October 16, 2012
Parsippany, NJ, October 16, 2012 — INTTRA, the world’s largest, most active network for ocean shipping, invites attendees of TPM Asia 2012 to a panel discussion on Taking the Temperature on Customer / Carrier Relationships in Asia-Europe and the Trans-Pacific: Where do we go from here?”, which will take place on Thursday, October 18 at 10:15am. The panel will feature Ken Bloom, CEO of INTTRA, and will focus on how to strike the balance between competitive rates and high expectations for capacity, service and reliable performance. Panelists will provide unique perspectives and discuss what makes for effective relationships between carriers and beneficial cargo owners (BCOs).
Bloom will discuss how customer demand continues to intensify, the insights that bring carriers and BCOs together, and how to create value in BCO/carrier relationships. With visibility into more than 18% of global ocean container trade, Bloom will also discuss how the industry conversation is shifting to include service, reliability and performance – and how that new focus can lead to industry improvements.
What: TPM Asia 2012 session, “Taking the Temperature on Customer / Carrier Relationships in Asia-Europe and the Trans-Pacific: Where do we go from here?”
When: Thursday, October 18, 10:15am
Who: Ken Bloom, CEO of INTTRA
Where: TPM Asia 2012, Intercontinental Hotel – Shenzhen, Shenzhen China
For further details regarding this session and others, visit the TPM Asia 2012 website, http://www.tpm-asia.com/index.asp