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Lawrence Gross

Gross Transportation Consulting

President and Founder

Larry Gross is a forty-two-year veteran of the freight transportation sector. He is the President and Founder of Gross Transportation Consulting of Durango, CO, an independent consulting practice specializing in freight transportation matters.

www.intermodalindepth.com

Larry is an acknowledged expert on the intermodal sector who is quoted often in the press and makes frequent appearances before the transportation community, including the “Intermodal Analyzed” webinar series for the Intermodal Association of North America (IANA). He produces Intermodal in Depth, a monthly analytical report on the intermodal sector and authors a monthly column for the Journal of Commerce. He has played a key role in the creation of educational content for students studying Supply Chain Management as the author of numerous business case studies, many of which have been used over the years in the “IANA Academic Challenge” competition.

Larry posts frequently on Twitter using the name @Intermodalist. He can be reached at lgross@intermodalindepth.com.

Prior to starting his consulting practice, Larry enjoyed a long career in intermodal equipment development and sales during which he was responsible for the sale of roughly a half-billion dollars’ worth of RoadRailer equipment both in North America and various overseas nations.

He holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Science in Arts and Design from MIT.

Sessions With Lawrence Gross

Tuesday, 27 September

  • 08:45am - 09:30am (CST) / 27/sep/2022 01:45 pm - 27/sep/2022 02:30 pm

    North American Freight Outlook

    The highest rate of inflation in four decades is driving more uncertainty into the US economy, threatening its recovery from the 2020 recession. The odds of another recession are still low, but they’re higher than they were, and global events continue to pile on more supply chain disruption. This panel of experts, supported by a wealth of data, will look deeply into what’s driving the US economy, freight demand, transportation capacity, and pricing as we look to 2023.