Solid supplier relationships, healthy operations keep direct sellers afloat amid continued supply chain disruptions
By: Stephanie Ramirez
Forecasting and planning for supply chain distributions isn’t anything new for logisticians, including those working for or servicing the direct selling channel. It’s their job to have a plan in place for when a weather event strikes near a distribution warehouse or a storm in the Atlantic sinks a cargo ship full of product parts or ingredients.
As COVID-19 forced many companies to shut down temporarily, manufacturers and shipping companies assumed that demand would experience a sharp drop. However, the pandemic merely shifted the demand.
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