The 4 R's of Logistics and Supply Chain for Businesses
In this episode of Logical Logistics, host Joe Becht talks about the 4'Rs of Logistics and Supply Chain Management for your business.
What will the world look like after the pandemic has passed? It’s hard to determine how COVID-19 has changed us and what “normal” will look like once quarantines and lockdowns are over. In this atmosphere of uncertainty, making big decisions like starting a new business may feel exceptionally daunting. Long-time entrepreneurs have been forced to make changes and grapple with unexpected challenges. New company owners entering the field will have to deal with these same issues — on top of the strain of learning the ropes. This doesn’t mean it’s a bad time to start a business, however. You just have to do so with the needs of an evolving market in mind.
Freight forwarding services are among the most essential part of any supply chain and ensures everything from raw materials to finished products get where they need to be regardless of where they're manufactured. Freight forwarders are the intermediary between businesses domestically and globally and experienced freight forwarders know how how to mitigate the effects of unforeseen problems while ensuring all applicable customs, declarations, and local regulations are adhered to.
What are some tips for companies or individuals looking to ship internationally? How does international shipping work? Joe Becht interviews Jennifer Zielinski from Bellair Expediting about their international shipping program to provide tips, tricks and secrets on the international shipping business.