It takes specialized logistics capabilities to ship high-tech gear, delicate components, out-of-gauge equipment and military provisions in tight delivery windows to ultra-secure or dangerous locations. Moving a shipment of fighter aircraft parts, for example, requires different skill sets, security clearances and levels of collaboration between service providers and customers in comparison to shipping something more commonplace like a container full of toys.
The aerospace market is similarly challenging, with special requirements for moving large aircraft sections or high-tech components. The coronavirus pandemic has hit this vertical especially hard, but certain types of maintenance and repair activities remain strong and depend on capable logistics support.
FreightWaves has created a complimentary white paper, in partnership with AIT Worldwide Logistics, to explore many of the unique challenges of both the government and aerospace logistics industries and tools companies can use to improve processes and technologies.
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