With the disruptions to the supply chain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it quickly became evident that changes need to happen. The industry knew that a more resilient supply chain would have better handled those disruptions. Creating that resiliency means increasing warehousing space to have more inventory close to consumers. And it means greater adoption of the same automation that is already lowering costs and driving throughput throughout the industry.
Learn more about the challenges that the supply chain went through and how to overcome them.