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The future of the movement of goods: Full speed ahead?
Transportation, Hospitality, & Services
February 27 | 2 p.m. ET | 19:00 GMT
Host: Guy Langford, partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP
1 Overview CPE credit | Specialized Knowledge
With continued population growth and changing consumer behaviors, more goods need to be moved and traditional supply chains are feeling the increased pressure. How can enabling technologies and underlying supply chain data help key stakeholders create a more efficient, transparent, and integrated network? We'll discuss:
- Current state of goods transportation and key bottlenecks.
- Striking the right balance between automation, robotics, and a human workforce.
- Asset sharing to address untapped consumer demand.
- The role of data and digitization in keeping consumers happy and the supply chain moving smoothly.
Participants will learn how various factors could impact them as they chart their transportation strategy for the future.
How new technology and new thinking can transform how goods are moved
It’s easy to envision self-driving trucks safely and efficiently carrying shipments down US highways. But that’s only part of any product’s journey between manufacturer and customer. How will the new mobility ecosystem handle the whole trip, including the trickiest part of all: last-mile delivery?