Chassis Markets in a Season of Change
with Bill Shea
Thursday, December 3, 2020
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM (PST)
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many things, including how consumers buy their goods and the supply chain used to deliver them. Hear from industry leader, Bill Shea, how the market for intermodal chassis has changed and what his company - DCLI - is doing to adapt and serve its customers in the face of a global pandemic, record volumes, and the threat of government intervention.
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Bill Shea, CEO of Direct ChassisLink, Inc. (“DCLI”) and 2019 Connie Award recipient has more than three decades of experience in the transportation leasing industry, starting his career with Itel Rail Corporation. Years later, he co-founded Kelley Transportation Services. Mr. Shea was the key executive who oversaw the creation of DCLI, formerly the chassis leasing division of Maersk, as a stand-alone business. He was also the thought-leader behind the creation of the Pool of Pools in 2015, the gray daily-use chassis pool that operates in the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Mr. Shea also engineered DCLI’s acquisitions of REZ-1 and IAS, now called Blume Global, to provide asset management and logistics software services to railroads, ocean carriers, logistics companies, motor carriers and BCOs.
Presently, Mr. Shea serves on the Boards of Directors of DCLI and Blume Global and on the Board of the International Institute of Container Lessors. Mr. Shea has a long history serving charitable organizations and founded three charity wine auctions that have raised over $40 million for children’s causes.
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