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  • September 25- 27, 2023 I The Westin Chicago River North
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John Janson

SanMar

Senior Director - Global Logistics

SanMar is an award-winning supplier of apparel & accessories. Founded in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, SanMar has passionately & successfully served the imprinted sportswear market for 50+ years.

John has 30+ years of experience piloting global logistics for industry leading companies including, MWI Animal Health/AmerisourceBergen, Bodybuilding.com, Micron and Micron PC.

He is known to be a results driven executive, who invests in his team with strong relationship and team building skills. In 2022 John was honored by DC Velocity with the Rain Maker award. John has served on advisory boards for NASTRAC, University of Auburn Logistics and the Parcel Forum. He has participated on numerous panels and been a featured speaker at several CSCMP and JOC events.

John’s ability to operate both strategically & tactically across multiple facets of company operations has made a difference with customers domestically & internationally. His career has given him quality, experienced knowledge of all aspects of global transportation, distribution & logistics.

He is a graduate from Boise State University and has been married to his wife, Susan, for 40 years with 2 daughters & 5 grandchildren.

Sessions With John Janson

Wednesday, 28 September

  • 09:45am - 10:15am (CST) / 28/sep/2022 02:45 pm - 28/sep/2022 03:15 pm

    Intermodal III: Domestic Intermodal vs. Trucking – A Pricing Analysis

    In this session, the JOC will present its proprietary research around a central question: How much should an average US shipper save using domestic intermodal compared with long-haul trucking? We will present our latest findings, and then our panelists will sit down to talk about where intermodal delivers the strongest value, where trucking is highly competitive, and how shippers should weigh cost savings against service disruptions and the potential for unplanned accessorial fees when making modal decisions going into 2023.