It should come as no surprise that extreme weather can cause significant disruption to the movement of goods throughout the United States. From damaged crops to blocked roadways, major storms often wreak havoc on regular food distribution. The response of New York’s food supply chain leading up to and following Hurricane Sandy serves as a prime example of how advanced predictive tools and early planning can avert disaster.
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Whitepaper - 08.02.2017
Why recruiting (and retaining!) Millennial talent to fill positions all along the supply chain is more important than ever.