USA Logistics & Shipping Summer 2022 Update (Feat. Marshall Taplits of

 Marshall Taplits founder of East-Coast 3PL Ship It Done and American logistics and shipping expert joins Sofeast’s CEO Renaud Anjoran to update us about the situation in the USA right now in July 2022.

Covid, fuel and energy costs, staffing issues, economic recession, war…all of these are factors affecting shipping right now.

But let’s also look further ahead: Where do Marshall and Renaud see the industry going in the second half of 2022 or a few years from now?

This is a great episode for anyone who’s currently shipping goods from China or other Asian countries and, of course, American importers, too.


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Listen: July ’22 Update on the Logistics situation in the USA (Feat. Marshall Taplits)

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Episode sections

  • 00:00 – Greetings and introduction.
  • 01:49 – Introducing our guest Marshall Taplits.
    Marshall gives his history and also introduces his business, US East Coast 3PL warehouse: and his new warehouse management system,
  • 04:53 – What is the logistics situation in the USA right now (July ’22)?
  • 11:25 – Has getting containers into and out of US ports improved recently?
  • 15:15 – Has the change in legislation for truckers in California made a difference?
  • 16:39 – Why energy, gasoline, and diesel costs are a key driver in trucking costs.
  • 18:24 – What might the logistics situation in the USA be like for the rest of 2022 (July to December)?
  • 21:57 – Focusing on China.
  • 27:29 – How might the logistics situation in the USA be in 3 years’ time?
  • 33:13 – Have other countries taken a bite from China’s business?
  • 36:55 – Wrap-up.


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