Eric Voyles, Executive Vice President, Chief Economic Development Officer, TexAmericas Center
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the demand for more robust and responsive logistics, with more consumers and businesses expecting just-in-time delivery or products shipped directly to their front doors. One option is utilizing third-party logistics (3PL) suppliers to move and transport excess raw material or finished goods.
Chris Nicholson, CEO, Pathmind
Supply chains breakdown in different ways, and each type of risk needs its own mitigation strategy.
Marc Meyer, CCO, Transmetrics
Here's how preventive business models on the front end and back end of the supply chain can help to add value to companies.
James Simpson, Chief Technology Officer, SafetyCulture
The logistics and supply chain industry still is severely affected by the pandemic, from canceled sailings to a shortage of truck drivers. Frustration and anxieties are higher than ever. It’s time to be selective about what software you introduce and implement. How do you choose the right tech? It starts with empathy.
Inbound Logistics looks back on September 11th, 20 years later.
Josh Roffman, VP Product Management, Loftware
With the pandemic still taking hold, it’s more important than ever that businesses maintain a consistent flow of goods. To ensure supply chain agility and avoid further disruption, many companies are adopting processes to help manage new labeling and supply chain complexities.
Chris Bell, Founder and CEO, Perch
The continued proliferation of third-party fulfillment options means Amazon and its shipping partners—FedEx, UPS, USPS, DHL, and regional couriers—will have a hard time keeping up with the volume. Will the trend continue? Here are some predictions for 2021.
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