Having the right strategies across areas like sourcing, delivery capacity and the new social distancing norm can better position companies to further mitigate the effects of COVID-19 on their current and future logistics operations.
Shifting from a logistics flow based on order to one that can react to unpredictability is critical for those up and down the supply chain in our Covid-battered world. Descartes' technology helps shippers and logistics providers pivot
With a large air cargo volume of personal protective equipment (PPE) coming from Asia during COVID-19, innoAviation is using the Descartes CORE ULD Tracking solution to track critical PPE shipments and better manage ULDs.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, innoAviation is using the Descartes CORE ULD Tracking solution to help its air carrier customers to track and better manage critical shipments of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Descartes Bluetooth-enabled Core ULD tracking devices are being used by innoAviation to track Covid-19-related personal protective equipment (PPE) shipments.
Anne van de Heetkamp, VP of Product Management GTC at Descartes, discusses why managing future supply chain disruptions will be an integral component of corporate strategy and offers practical steps for developing a
Freight forwarders, such as California’s Aqualine International and Puerto Rico’s E.T.H. Cargo Services, are improving their responsiveness to interruptions in the transport of ocean cargo due to COVID-19 by using