The most visible aspect of the recent supply chain and shipping disruption side effects is the shortage of essential supplies and empty supermarket shelves. The global supply chain disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has affected all aspects of the business from manufacturing all the way to product shipping and sales.
Many of us have heard of hazmat training. However, few who are not in related industries are aware of what precisely hazmat means. This can be problematic if it means companies and professionals overlook the importance of seeking hazardous materials training to avoid accidents and other incidents in the workplace.
Micro-fulfillment involves the use of very small-scale warehouses placed in accessible locations near to the end-consumer. It has been described by some as “AirBnB” for logistics. In the same vein as Airbnb, it has the potential to streamline and improve the business model.
In the wake of COVID-19, life, and business as we know them have changed. This has affected nearly every aspect of commerce, and that includes making major waves through the shipping and logistics industries.
In particular, Refrigerated LTL shipping (Less Than Truckload) has been impacted in a number of ways owing to the unique demands created by this global crisis. Here is what you need to know.
It is no secret that the economy of the United States has taken a huge hit. There were 3.3 million people signed up for unemployment by March 21, 2020. However, these high numbers are expected to continue to rise and when it comes to reefer shipping and the entire trucking…
What Is Agility In Warehouse Management? The concept of agility was introduced by Goldman et al. in 1995. It means “readiness to change”, from a business perspective, agility is defined as a strategy that is more responsive in a volatile market place, where this strategy is totally demand-driven. It also…