Andrew Scott has 25 years of experience as an entrepreneur and executive across five continents in the logistics and technology sectors. Most recently, he was the founder and CEO of a freight forwarder and logistics company focused on international e-commerce, the South Pacific Islands and serving the entertainment industry. He also co-founded a technology company improving efficiency across the container trucking industry. He holds a BA in Commerce from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
The Port of Los Angeles is the largest container port in the United States. While the port is a model of innovation and sustainability, it must also keep up with increasing competition and continue to improve its operations. FUSE Fellow Andrew Scott’s work with the port focused on developing solutions to enhance supply chain efficiency, address congestion issues and minimize the port’s environmental impact. Andrew’s leadership, driven by a culture of innovation, helped implement a major project for the Port of Los Angeles: a $12 million agreement with GE Transportation for a first-of-its-kind digital solution portal that will improve efficiency to include all container terminals and shipping lines at the port. Federal officials from the U.S. Departments of Commerce, Transport, Labor and the Federal Maritime Commission are closely watching the implementation of the portal with an eye toward possible national adoption.