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The NASSTRAC View is a monthly NASSTRAC member group discussion where a “hot topic” is discussed and evaluated by members just like you. Held on the first Friday of each month, all discussions will be moderated to ensure everyone has an opportunity to speak and all opinions are heard. This is your opportunity to talk with your fellow members who share your concerns, issues and solutions. Join us on our next NASSTRAC View and discover how fellow members are dealing with issues all of us face in our daily work lives. 


The next NASSTRAC View:


Supply Chain Disruption: What to Do When the Toilet Doesn’t Flush

Friday, November 4, 2016
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CDT



In the aftermath of Hurricane Mathew many of our members saw major disruptions in their manufacturing and transportation operations. At the recent CSCMP conference in a session titled: “Supply Chain Disruption: What to Do When the Toilet Doesn’t Flush”,  Mark Heinrich from Microsoft and Mike Regan from TranzAct shared the speaking duties and both did a great job impressing upon the audience the importance of responding to chaos and how they approached their decisions.

This month’s NASSTRAC View will help you answer the questions: “Are you prepared for when the sewers clog up and the toilets don’t flush?” How did you and your company fare in response to the Hanjin bankruptcy and Hurricane Mathew? Does the industry have the ground rules to deal with these situations or are most of us are making it up as we go along?

This month’s NASSTRAC View is moderated by Mike Regan of TranzAct Technologies and NASSTRAC Advocacy Chairman. An issue for shippers is the increasing fragility of the supply chain and its transportation providers in general. Reliability isn’t free and as shippers we need to be prepared to pay the price for quality.

Join us on Friday, November 4 as the NASSTRAC View tackles this important topic.





The NASSTRAC View is open to all NASSTRAC Regular members only and seating is limited to twelve seats and allocated on a first- come, first- served basis. Submit your new topics and requests for deeper dives to

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