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        As the world faces unparalleled times with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), one thing holding steady is the U.S. supply chain. Our supply chain has proven to be critical in these times and remains the backbone keeping the U.S. economy operating.?

        While there has been a large surge in shipping volumes for the medical and food industries, the supply chain is seeing declines in non-essential commodity shipping volumes. To characterize the impact COVID-19 has had on supply chain management as solely positive or negative is too broad a stroke to be accurate. To combat this, below are a few examples of different players in our supply chain who are likely being affected in both realms.

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        哪个少女不怀春Large-Scale Changes Stalled: 哪个少女不怀春Shippers stuck in a less-than-ideal supply chain model looking to restructure their network have been forced to apply the brakes. Some fine-tuning and rate adjustments have been met with open arms throughout this pandemic, but asset relocation and the big-picture projects are taking a back seat to shelter-in-place orders.

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        哪个少女不怀春Asset Relocation: 哪个少女不怀春A counterpoint to the positive of having dedicated business can quickly turn negative if the carrier loses its headhaul or backhaul. Positioning assets in the correct location and eliminating deadhead is critical to keeping cash flowing during this pandemic.

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        哪个少女不怀春New Business Growth: 哪个少女不怀春3PLs are experiencing a slowdown in signing new contracted business. Rate shopping is always a risk for spot business, but getting a foot in the door with a new client and pitching a supply chain management solution is challenging during these times.

        The entire economy is currently going through unprecedented times, and the logistics industry is doing its best to navigate the waters. One thing is certain—logistics professionals will continue to adapt and react to minimize the impact across all business sectors for the end consumer.
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