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.
With the recent surge in positive COVID-19 cases nationwide, we are reinstating our MANDATORY MASK order at all sites. Regardless if a person is vaccinated or not, all workers must wear a mask while inside the buildings.
According to information provided by the CDC, wearing a mask protects you and others from spreading COVID-19 and any variants. We value our associates' health and safety; and therefore, require all associates to abide by this and other safety protocols.
The Delta variant of the COVID virus is surging across the country, particularly in the southern regions of the U.S. If you have not been vaccinated, please consider doing so. The majority of new COVID patients are people who have not been vaccinated. Many people who have been vaccinated will also get COVID, but the majority will not become severely ill.
Never in recent history has any other crisis tested the modern food and CPG supply chain like the COVID-19 pandemic. As the nation rebounds, what should 3PL warehouses do to ensure they’re well positioned to meet the needs of their customers and do well financially?
How does a third-party (3PL) warehousing company thrive during the middle of a global crisis? Rapid problem solving is essential, but how do we execute under high stress when suddenly your customers have shipped practically everything from your facility and their supply chains are unprepared to manufacture to levels capable of replenishing stock levels? When left with a completely or partially empty distribution warehouse with rent and payroll expenses, what do you do to get back on track?