It’s difficult to fully approximate the time a package will take to arrive when shipping is subject to a multitude of factors outside our control. These variables can include extreme weather, driver shortages, holidays and even customs discrepancies. What if you could know beforehand based on previous patterns, and implement this into the shipping estimate given to the customer? Read on to find out how.
Christina Ryan is the Executive Vice President of Managed Services at Redwood Logistics, where she leads high-performance teams. She is a recipient of Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s 2021 Women in Supply Chain award.