Turloch Mooney

S&P Global

Associate Director, Product Management

Turloch Mooney is an experienced product manager focused on ensuring collaboration between cross-functional teams and creating a shared sense of goals and timeline to create value for clients of IHS Markit’s market leading supply chain and maritime & trade data and information products. Mooney leads and innovates the container port analytics and performance products, which for the first time allow objective benchmarking of global container port and terminal performance based on empirical data. He is a recognized expert in container supply chains and logistics, trade sourcing strategies, port and terminal operations and performance, and trends and processes in the global trading system. Based in Amsterdam, Mooney worked in Hong Kong and Shanghai for 20 years, providing a deep understanding of Asian markets. He has worked for the International Air Transport Assoc. (IATA) and with top tier consulting firms, multinationals, and financial institutions on supply chain and trade-related research. He has appeared in a variety of global and regional media including the Financial Times, Foreign Policy, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, The Journal of Commerce, and Japan’s Nikkei Review, as well as various journals, books, and white papers. Mooney holds a graduate degree in communications and master’s in international law and economics. 

Sessions With Turloch Mooney

Tuesday, 1 March

  • 04:00pm - 04:45pm (EST) / 02/mar/2022 12:00 am - 02/mar/2022 12:45 am

    From Ocean to Port: Will Things Get Worse Before They Get Better?

    With container markets heading into their third year of historically disruptive turmoil, everyone from shippers and forwarders to terminal operators and drayage carriers is looking for signs of improvement in service on the water and cargo flow through the ports. Whether it’s port congestion, berth productivity, freight rates, vessel delays, blank sailings, schedule reliability, import volumes, lost capacity, transit times, or inventories, container shipping stakeholders have had to cope with unrelenting pressure in moving goods from origin to destination. Using exclusive data from IHS Markit and shipping analyst Sea-Intelligence, this session will examine the primary service issues confronting shippers while their goods are in transit, from loading at origin to offloading at the berth.