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Death to noncompetes

On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are talking to Steam Logistics CEO Jason Provonsha about the company’s massive expansion in Chattanooga as well as its war against brokerage noncompetes.

Lauren Gleason, deputy port director, business development at Massachusetts Port Authority, tells us how the Port of Boston got big ship-ready and what that means for New England shippers in ’22.

Eric Rempel, chief innovation officer at Redwood Logistics, shares how his company is partnering to win. We’ll learn what Redwood’s partnership with Freightos means for the industry and the company. 

Graham Jamrock, wind turbine driver at Jordan Carriers, tells us about the process behind hauling massive wind turbines. 

Dale Young, vice president at World Distribution Services, discusses e-commerce during peak season and what that means for space, hiring, fulfillment and innovation.

Plus: Stranded drivers in Canada get a helping hand; DoorDash driver delivers unwanted surprise; Jack Daniel’s takes a spill; unsolicited carrots; and more.

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Timothy Dooner

Dooner is an award-winning podcaster, content producer and host who is currently the director of audio at FreightWaves and the creative director of Back The Truck Up. In under a year he helped build FreightCasts, the world’s largest logistics and supply chain podcast network in media. He produces and co-hosts the hit podcast and FreightWavesTV show, WHAT THE TRUCK?!? WTT is ranked in Apple Podcasts top-20 Business News podcasts. He also writes a newsletter of the same title with over 10k subscribers in the supply chain and trucking niche. Dooner has been in freight since 2005 and has held directors positions in operations, sales, consulting, and marketing. He has worked with FedEx, Reebok, Adidas, L.L. Bean, Hasbro, Louis Vuitton, and many more high level clients across the full spectrum of the supply chain. He was a featured speaker at TEDx Chattanooga.