Port congestion has been top of mind for logistics companies over the past year. Consumer demand has increased sharply over the past 18 months and, at the same time, more and more consumers are making online shopping a regular part of their routines. These shifts have driven huge spikes in U.S. imports, leading to severe backups and massive headaches for basically all companies utilizing West Coast ports. As the challenge continues, some ports are seeking out new ways to control congestion. However, it is unclear just how successful these efforts will be at freeing up enough space to offer relief.
FreightWaves teamed up with Tive to better understand how logistics companies are already using visibility tools to navigate port congestion and what is next in the quest for a more visible and transparent supply chain.
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