Are you prepared to deal with shifts in international trade routes, unpredictable port labor issues, and infrastructure challenges that can impact your inland supply chain?
Now, more than ever, shippers that count on maritime export and import services are finding themselves faced with increasingly complex challenges that can stretch beyond shore and create negative repercussions for entire inland supply chains.
Whether it's the threat of delays and container congestion caused by a labor crisis at crucial ports, or a port's inability to handle mega-vessels, shippers need to be aware of the fluid landscape of import/export points-of-entry that are redrawing the inland supply chain.
In this free white paper, learn what you can do to help ensure that your inland supply chain can weather the rough waters surrounding our nation's ports today and in the future.
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Find out how you can reduce your inland supply chain costs with different transportation strategies, including intermodal.
Learn how a variety of factors can have different impacts on your inland supply chain and international shipping practices.
Discover best practices that can help you minimize your inland supply chain length, which can cut costs and lead times.