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In today’s fast-paced world, people love to cook but can’t stand the prep and cleanup. They want to eat inventive meals that are home-cooked.
The holiday season is upon us, and it’s that time of year again when customers gear up for extravagant shopping of winter clothing, fashion accessories, festive gifts, and all sorts of holiday merchandise. But this year’s holiday season is a lot different from usual.
The COVID-19 pandemic has set some new ground rules for retail businesses around the world. As convenience stores, supermarkets, and shopping centers closed down for uncertain periods; businesses have come to realize that omnichannel is the inevitable way forward to fulfill customers in 2020 and the times ahead.
The consumer’s demand for faster, trackable, and efficient dispatch delivery is increasing. This rising demand has posed many challenges for the courier dispatching industry, especially in courier dispatch.
Like it or not, we’re sailing through one of the worst years in the history of mankind. The Coronavirus pandemic has been a true test of our adaptability, resilience, and the ability to bounce back— as humans, as economies, and as businesses.
In 2019, Bain & Co. predicted that the retail industry in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is on the verge of a pivotal shift.
Fleet management has always been a crucial part of logistics management but the present COVID-19 scenario has made it all the more so.
How big brands responded to the pandemic, and what supply chains can learn for the future. 2020: The year of a global pandemic, the year of a worldwide economic recession, and the year of massive business transformation for supply chains across the globe.
Fleet Management plays a pivotal role in maintaining smooth supply chain operations and meeting delivery service level agreements.
Earlier cold chains were confined to a narrow brand of drug products. Today, with the rise of biopharmaceuticals, cold chain logistics is more important than ever.
2020 has been a year of massive change; for people, economies, and businesses worldwide. Uncertain country-wide lockdowns and social distancing norms have changed the way buyers shop and companies sell.
Trucking volumes have increased by 30% in 2020. -McKinsey study on US freight after COVID-19 Fleet managers play a crucial role in determining the success of logistics. They have numerous responsibilities associated with fleet utilization like improving productivity, minimizing fleet risks, and increasing efficiency. The COVID-19 pandemic has made the already tough job tougher.
In a panel discussion on ‘Data in Coronavirus Times’ hosted by the National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER), CEO of NITI Aayog, Amitabh Kant stated that the government should actively share important information to help researchers, medical representatives, and the country’s public to successfully fight the pandemic.
By 2027, the United States will manufacture 12 million metric tonnes of milk (26 pounds). This will be greater than what the US domestic market will consume. – McKinsey & Company report, 2019
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