What Will Global Supply Chains Look Like in a Post-COVID-19 World?

The COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on global shipping will have a lasting effect and it will continue to shape how we view supply chains for years to come.

Watch Coyote's CEO, UPS’s President of Supply Chain Solutions, and the CEO of the Council for Supply Chain Management Professionals discuss how the pandemic has permanently shifted the transportation landscape.

Presenters:

Philippe Gilbert, President of Supply Chain Solutions (UPS)

Jonathan Sisler, CEO (Coyote Logistics)

Rick Blasgen, President & CEO (CSCMP)

Christina Bottis, CMO (Coyote Logistics)

In this session, you'll learn:

  • Insights from CSCMP’s original State of Logistics original research
  • Global logistics for parcel, air, ocean and warehousing markets
  • How shippers can shift out of survival mode and build a resilient supply chain
  • The lasting impacts COVID-19 will have on global supply chain strategy

This session is brought to you by the Coyote Collective: a forum that brings together supply chain experts from around the world to collaboratively solve the most complex industry challenges. This new industry forum will help facilitate innovation, pilot advanced programs and deliver a wide variety of resources, including: webinars, executive insights, original research studies, industry analyses and other thought leadership content. For more information about the Coyote Collective launch, visit resources.coyote.com/source/digital-summit-coyote-collective-launch.

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