The transportation and logistics industry has experienced more change in the last few years than in the previous ten years combined. Since the pandemic started, supply chains have been stressed. There are new hiccups making headlines every day, and whether it's trucking, rail, ocean, or third-party logistics -- providers are scrambling to keep up. This disruption requires companies to adjust quickly and ensure their processes can keep up with these sudden changes.
Customers want goods delivered quickly, safely, and expect to know where their orders are at the click of a button. This is something that the Transportation and Logistics companies drive to perfect every day.
Supply chain has owned the spotlight since COVID brought it to its knees. It was a global supply chain hit which exposed how fragmented the engine that runs our economy truly is. An exposure we are still fighting to recover from. If you’ve grown up in Supply Chain, this isn’t new information, it’s always been this way. Maybe you’ve started your second or third career in supply chain and are still processing the exquisite intricacies.