With transportation issues hitting the headlines time and again, every enterprise understands that developing resiliency in the supply chain and in logistics is key to grow revenue, manage sustainability, and satisfy customers.
Final mile delivery volumes continue to increase with parcel shipments expected to double by 2026. Meanwhile, carrier rates are rising because of constrained carrier capacity, driver shortages, and higher fuel costs.
In this executive panel, Blue Yonder and Armada Supply Chain Solutions discuss top challenges that continue to test supply chain teams across industries, from labor shortages and higher customer expectations to evolving regulations, sanctions, and international pressures.
The historically predictable supply chain no longer functions as it did in the past. Retailers and shippers must adapt their strategy to ensure they get the right product, to the right place at the right time to meet the high expectations of customers.
Supply Chain Planners have historically focused on using the past to predict the future. Advancements in technology and process have helped reduce planning cycle times and introduce more accurate near term information into plans.