• April 19-21, 2023 | Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Louisiana
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Corrie Henry


Senior Logistics Manager-North America West and Gulf Coast

Corrie Henry is senior Supply Chain professional with a 26-year operational career of deep and diverse experience across the major industrial sectors of Mining & Metals, Oil & Gas, Energy & Chemicals, Government Services and Infrastructure. Beginning his civilian career in the Construction field, Mr. Henry recognizes the complex challenges and governing compliance factors that affect the delivery of equipment and materials often contributing overall success or failure of Projects. Over his career he has served in most Supply Chain disciplined roles at Senior levels, eventually focusing his attention on the fluid discipline of Logistics as a core competency. For the better part of his career Mr. Henry has performed duties at the regional leadership levels in several global locations where he was responsible for the development and expansion of the Supply Chain logistics function responsible for Program level process & procedures, staff training and development. Corrie has also served as a Logistics Planner and Director for major contingency operations Government defence efforts for the United States, and in several foreign regions for U. N. Coalition Forces.

Corrie continues to strive for excellence optimizing known practices adapting to ever changing global environments.

Sessions With Corrie Henry

Friday, 21 April

  • 02:00pm - 02:45pm (CST) / 21/apr/2023 07:00 pm - 21/apr/2023 07:45 pm

    Ports, Terminals, and Breakbulk: Realigned Relationships in a Decarbonizing World

    A new era of supply chain complexities and increasingly competitive cargo markets is pressuring ports and terminals like never before. How best can ports, terminals, carriers, and shippers work together to address congestion, port choice, decarbonization, green fuels, labor, and other issues affecting performance and efficiency — or the lack thereof? The pandemic market shocked shippers and logistics service providers by forcing them to see how vulnerable they are to supply chain snarls. What’s changed now that the market is turning, and what behaviors and choices are reverting to old norms and patterns? How do ports and terminals improve productivity, address users’ needs, make better use of existing assets, and gear up for the responsibilities that will increasingly come with facilitating decarbonization? This roundtable discussion will bring together port users and service providers to examine these complex questions.