2020 Year in Review: How You Adapted (in an Infographic)
Though “unprecedented times” may be the phrase-of-the-year, we’d rather sum up 2020 with how you responded to all the uncertainty: with a commitment to adapt.
Shippers and carriers, in North America and Europe — despite incredible challenges, you found a way to keep supply chains running. Your tireless efforts helped us all to stay safer, healthier and happier.
These are just a few of the ways you adapted in 2020:
Related to Always Delivering:
- Green Means Give Thanks: Inspiring Stories from the Front Lines
- Q4 Truckload Market Update & Forecast
- All COVID-19 Resources
Related to Digital Transformation:
- Shipper's Guide to CoyoteGO
- Carrier's Guide to CoyoteGO
- CoyoteGO API Documentation
- Contactless Delivery Task Force
Related to Adjusting to the New Normal:
Related to Pushing Forward:
- 7 Steps to a Better RFP
- Consistent Revenue & Miles with Dynamic Route Optimization (DRO)
- Coyote Logistics Digital Summit On Demand
- Sustainable Supply Chain Management: Original Research Study
2020 has been a difficult year but, supply chain professionals like you stepped up.
Whether you were shipping and delivering medical supplies to hospitals, protective equipment to essential workers, food to grocery stores, laptops to schools or e-commerce shipments to all of our homes, your efforts made the best out of a tough situation.
A vaccine is on the way, but the pandemic isn’t behind us yet — supply chain professionals around the world will continue playing a critical role in our collective health and safety.
No matter what the future may bring, we have no doubt that you will, once again, adapt.
Thank you for all your hard work and for trusting us to support your business.
Stay safe and healthy in 2021!
Get Your Business Ready for 2021
Shippers — whether you need an instant spot quote for a last-minute shipment, a fully outsourced transportation management solution, or anything in between, talk to a Coyote specialist to get your supply chain ready for 2021.
Carriers — whether you need to fill an empty backhaul or want to get dedicated on consistent, primary freight, you can find opportunities in CoyoteGO or talk to a Coyote carrier specialist.