In 2015, Baptist Health South Florida, an internationally recognized healthcare network and one of the largest not-for-profit healthcare providers in the region, adopted a self-distribution strategy, to contain supply chain costs, reduce the amount of space used for inventory at hospitals and ultimately, help provide better care.
In 2022, 1,090 incidents of cargo theft were recorded in the US. In order to highlight the various factors behind these cargo crimes, Overhaul has released our 2022 Annual Report, which compiles data regarding stolen loads by product type and thefts by date, location, Modus Operandi (M.O.), value, and specific product.
Join freight network coordinator Leaf Logistics, shared truckload platform Flock Freight and a major U.S. shipper, AB InBev, for a deep dive into win-win contracts and repairing strained shipper-carrier relations.
Ongoing disruption is forcing a rethink of conventional supply chain planning, from extrapolated supply and demand forecasting to probabilistic planning, to simulations based on real-time visibility from more current, granular market and contextual data. AI and machine learning are critical to the shift. So is trust.
In a sector where unexpected global events or natural disasters can have huge implications, accelerating decision-making by using real-time, accurate data is a vital capability, and one which organizations must prioritize.
Many shippers and logistics service providers abandoned conventional long-term planning for growth at the height of COVID-19. Instead, they pivoted to defensive resilience strategies and reliance solutions that add end-to-end shipment visibility, real-time response to manage disruption, and data analytics to optimize future performance.