As we begin the new year, the focus for many retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG) professionals naturally will be to learn from and adapt to the seismic changes we experienced in 2020, such as ...
Fluctuating consumer demands compounded by regional lockdowns and the e-commerce boom have bedeviled consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies in 2020. And, it doesn't appear that situation will change soon.
It's sort of like Santa's elves have started to have doubts about the reindeers. A survey found 72% of shippers weren’t confident that their supply chains are ready the critical holiday season.
Consumer goods purchases supported by this spring's $2.2 trillion congressional stimulus package contributed to fleets purchasing dry van trailers "in near-record quantities," according to Freight Transportation Research (FTR) Associates.
The pandemic not only is accelerating changes on the consumer-facing side of retail, but it also is having a big impact on consumer goods and retail (CGR) supply chains throughout the world.