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SPEAKER: Bryn Heimbeck, Trade Tech
TOPIC: "Logistics Cloud Computing"
DATE: Wednesday, January 17th, 2018
TIME: 11:30am - 1:00pm PST
WHERE: Rainier Golf and Country Club
COST: $30 per person prepaid / $40 at the door
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About the Speaker
Bryn Heimbeck is co-founder and president of Trade Tech.
He began his career working for OOCL in Chicago, then took on
several leadership positions for the company in Hong Kong.
He later moved to Seattle to join a forwarding company and began
focusing on the logistics side of the business. Bryn was an early believer that logistics processes could
be radically improved through software and automation. Upon witnessing the significant changes
sweeping the manufacturing process with the introduction of the Quality Assurance Process, Bryn
became eager to apply this new thinking to the logistics services business where customer satisfaction
was exceedingly low.
Bryn and Kevin teamed up in 1992 where Kevin’s “can-do” spirit and capacity to write software
combined with Bryn’s business knowledge and strong design skills. Together, they created a core of
applications for the international logistics industry based on the concepts of Quality Assurance. The
two teamed again in 1995 when Bryn joined Fritz Companies to direct product development for their
Transpacific NVOCC Service. Their combination of technology and innovative carrier strategy led to a
doubling of cargo volumes in three years.
Trade Tech was founded in 1997 in Seattle. Today it has 11 offices in 7 countries and serves +400
customers worldwide. Bryn and Kevin’s vision of a Cloud-based integrated logistics application has
earned Trade Tech a leadership position in the industry, creating today’s most innovative and easy to
use logistics software solutions
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