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The Top Supply Chain Pains That You Should Address For a Healthier 2021 | 2020-10-29

No matter how critical to the American economy, transportation is still vulnerable to the market downturns, trade wars, and any other number of unforeseeable factors – can you say global pandemics? – that have smacked shippers with uncertainty this year. As we look forward to a much healthier 2021, it’s more important than ever that we closely examine the challenges that are sure to come with it: headaches that may not be entirely new to supply chains, but may need new treatment options. With this white paper you will learn about:

  • Improving shipment visibility
  • Safety practices that keep customers first
  • Diagnosing a deepening driver shortage
  • Warehousing capacity and staffing solutions
  • Customized and flexible supply chain design

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