We’re big fans of podcasts.
Especially while driving.
Podcasts offer the opportunity to learn something new whenever and wherever.
Almost half of all Canadians have listened to a podcast and 28% are monthly listeners.
With over 800,000 series to choose from, it’s safe to say we’re living in the age of the podcast.
We’ve rounded up our top 5 podcasts for people interested in logistics, supply chain, and trucking.
If you’re looking to expand your knowledge on these topics, consider adding one of the below podcasts to your playlist.
This podcast goes right to the trucker source. Host Todd McCann has over 20 years of trucking experience. He shares his own insights and views on truck driving. From tips to interviews and general trucking advice, Trucker Dump is your podcast source for honest and genuine transportation content.
We love supporting local, which is why this podcast made our list. Based in Mississauga, Ontario, Sarah Barnes-Humphrey hosts Let’s Talk Supply Chain. Sarah interviews top professionals in the industry, sharing best practices, tips, and relevant hot topics.
If you want an international perspective on supply chain, this is your podcast. This podcast is hosted by Cranfield University’s Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management. As a result, it is an excellent resource when it comes to the latest research in the fields of logistics, supply chain, and transportation management.
SupplyChainBrain is one of our favourite sources covering supply chain news. For that reason, we love their podcast hosted by Managing Editor, Bob Bowman. The SupplyChainBrain podcast features conversations with industry professionals, academics, and experts on supply chain management and international trade.
In need of a good story? Alice Isn’t Dead is a serial fiction podcast that brings together trucking and crime thriller. It’s a 48-episode-podcast about an OTR trucker who drives across the country in search of her dead wife. Binge-worthy and addicting. Alice Isn’t Dead is a must listen.