For the last two years, supply chain has remained in the news, with stories about port backups, factory closures, material shortages, and labor and driver shortages—pains largely spurred by the pandemic. However, these news stories overlook the sheer scope of the challenges facing brands and retailers right now and just how deep-rooted these problems are. The pandemic exploited weaknesses that had been compounding for more than a decade.

Unfortunately for brands and retailers, there’s no end in sight to these bottlenecks. A new article from Material Handling & Logistics News looks at ways that companies can improve their supply chain by using technology to take a birds-eye-view of their full product development cycle. Read the full article at the the MH&L website.

Source: MHL News