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Janet Colley Morse

The Dupuy Group

Vice President

Janet started her career with Dupuy as a 4th generation addition to the family business in September 2004. Janet currently serves as Vice President of the Dupuy Group based in New Orleans. Before starting her career with Dupuy, she attended the University of Georgia and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology with a minor in Dance Education. Janet currently serves as Chairwoman of the National Coffee Association Next Gen Council, Chairwoman of the Green Coffee Association Logistics Committee, Green Coffee Association Board member, GNO Inc. Next Gen Council member, and Ex-Officio of the International Freight Forwarders and Customs Brokers of New Orleans. She is a past President of both the Green Coffee Association of New Orleans as well as the Southern Coffee Association. Janet currently resides in Covington, Louisiana with her two children, Anna and Grant.

Sessions With Janet Colley Morse

Wednesday, 27 April

  • 11:45am - 12:45pm (CST) / 27/apr/2022 04:45 pm - 27/apr/2022 05:45 pm

    Adapting on the Fly: Landside Lessons Learned in the Spillover Market

    Unprecedented congestion at ports and inland hubs sustained high container freight rates, and unreliable service and schedules have driven many shippers who normally ship their cargo in containers to look for solutions in the multipurpose, ro/ro, and general cargo sector. How should shippers weigh the pros and cons of shifting a significant portion of their cargo from boxes to breakbulk modes, or to moving containers on non-container ships? How do these mode shifts affect bills of lading, port, and terminal choices, discharge plans, drayage, container management, and scheduling? What is the role of the ocean carrier in managing this “spillover” phenomenon? In this session, logistics executives will discuss the opportunities and the complex challenges created when shippers shift cargo transport modes to the breakbulk side to better navigate the container "spillover" market.