The COVID-19 pandemic has led to new opportunities for 3PL warehousing companies. In the white paper, How A 3PL Warehouse Successfully Navigated the COVID-19 Global Pandemic, The Shippers Group explores the impact of the pandemic and how it has created a new business paradigm.
Last week, The Shippers Group joined the International Warehouse Logistics Association (IWLA) in leading a webinar on our recently published white paper that addresses the question, “How does a third-party (3PL) warehousing company thrive during the middle of a global crisis?” Expanding on this topic from the white paper, Rob Doyle, President; Robin Siekerman, Vice President Marketing & Customer Solutions; and Diane Villafana, Vice President Human Resources & Safety Compliance talked about how The Shippers Group successfully navigated a global pandemic.
Celebrated annually since 1971, Women’s Equality Day falls on August 26, which is the anniversary date of the ratification of the 19th amendment, granting women the right to vote. The national day symbolizes the continued fight for equal rights for women and that our country commends and supports them in this fight.
When a business disruption like no other challenged supply chains last year, it was 3PLs who stepped up. From ramping up e-commerce fulfillment strategies to finding capacity where none exists to managing global trade upheaval, leading 3PLs such as The Shippers Group provided the needed solutions. In recognition of that effort, Inbound Logistics editors chose The Shippers Group as a 2021 Top 100 3PL Provider. This is the fifth consecutive year The Shippers Group as been named among the elite list.
What is Inventory Management?
Inventory Management is a crucial part of supply chain management. It is the process in which inventory is tracked on a regular basis to ensure that the appropriate inflow and outflow are maintained. Without it causes an increase in costs and other areas of inefficiency.