We’ve seen that reefer LTL carriers have increased their max weight and cube capacity in order to service more freight. This has been critical in the tight market today.
- Elizabeth Goulding, Director of CTM Operations, Coyote Logistics
Few supply chains were as disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic as those that service the food & beverage industry. One of our supply chain experts has important insights into how those networks are evolving in response.
Director of Coyote Transportation Management (CTM) Operations Elizabeth Goulding recently spoke to Food Logistics about changes refrigerated carriers have made over the past two years.
From novel approaches to temperature-controlled trailer capacity to new limits on stops for refrigerated LTL, Elizabeth details ways carriers have worked creatively to meet demand patterns for fresh food that arose during the pandemic but look like they’re here to stay.
The CTM team — and all the shippers who work with them — are fortunate to benefit from Elizabeth’s clear-eyed industry analysis and leadership every day.
Publication: Food Logistics
Coyote Leader: Elizabeth Goulding, Director of CTM Operations
Topics: Food & beverage logistics, refrigerated trucking
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