With each passing day, it seems there are more stories about the threat Covid-19 poses to communities and the global economy. At the same time, the potential of a second wave seems increasingly of concern. As we have been analyzing changes in the last mile & urban hub delivery industry, we clearly see the adverse impact on businesses resulting from the pandemic. But we also see silver linings in supply chain optimization made possible by adapting innovative technologies, processes, and expertise to make our world safer and more productive.
All around the globe, many stores decided that it was time to make efforts to re-open and took steps to develop new safety and security measures required to perform in this new reality. Deciding when or how to re-open a business is no easy task.
Every company believes that their products are special, and the truth is that they are all correct. From moving small parts to installing huge equipment, there’s a whole variety of special handling that could be required. And the handling is just a part of the process: there is packing, moving, installing, uninstalling and storage.