OEC TV, the free streaming television platform created by global logistics company OEC Group, will be delivering four new episodes on March 1, 2024.

The new episodes include a story on the Vanderbilt Family and Mansion in Hyde Park, NY, a new adventure in “I am Kai,” a new Logistics Corner episode, and a Roundtable discussing the issues faced among shippers trying to navigate the attacks on the Red Sea.

Vanderbilt mansion in Hyde Park, NY

Specifics about the programs that will be released in March 2024 are as follows:

  • I Am Kai (Entertainment Channel): In this episode, Kai gets a “timely” lesson on General Average! Join Kai as he tumbles through different eras and events to understand the ancient and complex maritime law.
  • Vanderbilt Mansion (History Channel): In this edition of Chasing History, we find ourselves just a few hours outside of Manhattan in Hyde Park, New York. In this one-of-a-kind mansion we dive into how the Vanderbilt family transformed the steamship and railroad industry, while getting a glimpse at how the Vanderbilt’s lived.
  • Red Sea Shipping Roundtable (Business Channel): OEC experts Erik Rosica, Andrew Gordon, Joe Klobus, and Joseph Firrincieli discuss in detail the issues shippers are facing while trying to navigate around the attacks on the Red Sea.
  • The Logistics Corner (Business Channel): In this episode we have a head-to-head debate with two familiar faces. Charles Klein and Andrew Gordon debate the Ever Given Grounding case, global sourcing adjustments and changing volume distribution amongst domestic gateways, ONE breaking the record for containers loaded on a single vessel, warehouse space freeing up in the domestic storage market, and much more.