Inland Capacity Threatens Global Shippers

Ports in LA and Long Beach are currently overloaded as shippers try to get ahead of the holiday retail season by ordering stock early. Combining this with an ongoing lack of equipment to handle these shipments, rail cars to move the freight inland, and qualified drivers to transport goods to final destinations, the backlog intensifies. Without alternatives, shippers in many industries are left unable to deliver goods to their customers. Consumers and businesses can expect delays or limited inventories as global supply chain woes continue.

This Webinar Will Cover:

  • What role the Federal infrastructure plan plays in improving supply chain infrastructure
  • What role trade tariffs play in equipment shortages
  • What strategies shippers can take to mitigate these risks
  • How supply chain visibility can improve effective decision-making under pressure