This was especially true for third-party logistics warehouses who were hopeful to take advantage of what was predicted to be a year of growth.

Fast forward only a few months into the new year and the world changed. Many logistics and supply chain businesses experienced unprecedented challenges and were left to navigate a quickly evolving landscape due to a global pandemic. Overall, the impacts to the supply chain were varied based on the fulfillment or services offered. For businesses who were able to pivot, the latter half of 2020 offered valuable opportunities. For example, many warehouses who offered ecommerce fulfillment actually thrived in spite of an uncertain economy in the background.


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