Cutting greenhouse gas emissions from transportation, which account for 29 percent of total emissions in the United States, is going to take a multifaceted approach. Leveraging public transit networks is an important part of that strategy. While the COVID pandemic has slashed ridership and posed looming financial problems for transit operations, it’s also providing an opportunity to rethink regional transportation networks to adapt transit to changing travel patterns. Join Eno to learn how regions are deploying new incentives, policies, and tools to make transit a leading part of sustainable mobility.
Leading CPG companies are deploying new operating models and entering new ecosystems to pave uncharted paths to success in an environment rife with supply constraints, particularly in materials, logistics, production capacity and labor. Some of the more mature CPGs are adopting next generation supply chain control tower technology to deliver greater end to end visibility. But each journey is different and tailored to the organization.
The inexorable force of digitization is reshaping the 3PL marketplace, with new alliances and partnerships reflecting that trend as never before. Warehousing and freight brokerages, meanwhile, are sectors of constant reinvention. Armstrong & Associates research indicates that one other ongoing development is also a game changer: global trade tensions and disruptions. "We are going to be taking a long view on how trade agreements will play out, and what their impact will have on logistics managers with their planning and forecasting budgets," says Evan Armstrong, president of Armstrong & Associates.
When it comes to managing your transportation strategy it’s all about visibility. Visibility is critical to the long-term success of shippers and logistics companies. And, while 100% visibility should be the goal, 77 percent of companies say they have either no visibility or a restricted view.