06/30/2022 · 2-minute read
Strained supply chains have affected companies around the world as critical manufactured products, raw materials, and equipment were either in short supply or significantly delayed. Challenges to transportation and logistics processes increased pressures on an already delicate supply chain.
In this episode of Marsh’s Risk in Context podcast, Janelle Griffith, senior vice president within Marsh's Global Marine Practice and the North American Logistics Practice leader, talks to Craig Dancer, who leads Marsh’s Transportation Practice, about how the logistics and transportation industries need to evolve to minimize supply chain disruptions both today and in the face of a future catastrophic event.
Leader, North American Logistics Practice
Janelle Griffith serves as the North American Logistics leader and is also a member of the Global Marine Practice. Based in New York, she primarily focuses on the logistics and cargo segments, serving as a resource in multiple areas, including insurance program design, strategic marketing and implementation, contractual risk transfer, and delivering innovative insurance solutions for Marsh clients.
Leader, National Transportation Practice
Craig Dancer leads Marsh’s US Transportation Practice and is responsible for directing a team of industry specialists and transportation subject matter experts specializing in public transit, trucking, logistics, and transportation services. He has extensive experience in the transportation industry, helping to develop alternative risk finance solutions for a wide spectrum of clients.