Even in normal markets, logistics is a high-pressure field of work. 2020 has been anything but normal. Q2 of 2020 was the most volatile quarter in modern freight history. Between the ongoing pandemic, civil unrest, and an upcoming election with consequences for the US-China trade war, market uncertainty shows no signs of stopping.
In the absence of stability, it’s imperative for logistics teams to build resilient supply chains that can operate in any market condition, without sacrificing performance.