LM reader survey points to interest in nearshoring while challenges remain

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One of the biggest supply chain takeaways and lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic could very well be focused on the need to source goods closer to home in North America, for a whole host of reasons related to things like reducing costs and transit times, and supply chain resiliency, among others. Those were some of the key themes in a recent Logistics Management reader survey of 100 freight transportation, logistics, and supply chain stakeholders. These findings do not come a huge surprise, given the myriad supply chain and logistics challenges and issues that the pandemic brought to light, including things like port congestion, limited product availability, a decreased labor pool, and capacity availability, among others.

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