Kuehne + Nagel Global Sea Freight Webinars

Join us for an informative sea freight webinar to understand the evolving changes in the marketplace and the impact these changes will have on your business decisions.

Kuehne + Nagel sea freight webinars provide unique opportunities to learn about new solutions as well as how to address the challenges of a changing market. You will also be able to meet and network with supply chain and logistics experts to discuss various points of view on aspects of the sea freight industry, including capacity, fuel, demand & supply, carriers, economic indices, global regulations, big data, visibility, and technology. Together, learn how to develop new processes, and make better logistics choices.

Our webinars are hosted in different locations across the country for your convenience. From Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Portland or New Jersey, learn the latest industry information from our featured speaker, William F. Rooney, Kuehne + Nagel Vice President Sea Freight Strategic Development  - North America.

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William F. Rooney has 45 years of experience in transportation management covering a broad range business functions. He is currently Vice President, Strategic Development for Kuehne + Nagel Inc. Prior to Kuehne + Nagel Mr. Rooney’s positions have included President of Hanjin Shipping America; Senior Vice President, Service Delivery for CMA-CGM; and Vice President, Ocean Services for GT Nexus, a logistics software provider. He also held a number of senior management positions with Sea-Land Service over a span of 25 years. Mr. Rooney’s board memberships have included: the Pacific Maritime Association, the Pacific Merchant Shipping Association, The US Maritime Alliance, Consolidated Chassis Management, OCEMA, and the Maritime Association of the Port of New York and New Jersey. Mr. Rooney received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Marist College in New York and a master’s degree in economics from Northeastern University in Boston.

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