Logistics Insights – March Edition – The Best Logistics Articles

Every entity along the supply chain – from raw materials to final mile delivery – is able to innovate, integrate new technologies, and optimize human capital unlike any other. This month, we found great articles about final mile delivery in multiple industries but specifically in healthcare.

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Overcoming Pharmacy Supply Chain Issues with Final Mile Delivery Optimization // USPack

Bill Mohn, healthcare logistics expert, discusses medical supply chain shortages affecting retail pharmacies. How is final mile delivery helping pharmacies overcome increasing logistical expenses due to medicine shortages?

USPS Just Made This Major Change To Deliveries, Effective Immediately: The Postal Agency Is Expanding Its Delivery Options // Best Life

USPS expands services for business to meet demands by consumers on delivery options.

5 Procurement Trends to Watch in 2022 // CSCMP’s Supply Chain Quarterly

Procurement 2022—-trends to see and consider in 2022

Supply Chain Lessons Learned: The Technology Spin // Inbound Logistics Magazine

Has your organization recently invested in new supply chain technologies? If you’re like most companies, probably not—it’s on the back burner. Today’s B2B logistics technology advancements provide so much more value for your supply chain – from increased visibility, to optimization via AI, and even more operational flexibility.

Under-21 Driver Pilot Program Raises Carrier Reporting Concerns // Transport Topics

Under-21 drivers has the potential to ease the driver shortage, but will the reporting demands hold up carriers from implementing and participating in the pilot program?

A Normal Supply Chain? It’s ‘Unlikely’ in 2022 // New York Times

Inflation and supply chain normalcy won’t happen with time alone.

Supply Chain Issues Bring Shortages of Drugs, Devices to U.S. Hospitals // US News & Report

We all see the supply chain shortages with our every day products we use, but some may see additional shortages within our own healthcare needs.