Close to half of shippers want more logistics partners in 2021

The coronavirus crisis has exposed supply chain weaknesses worldwide, which has led many shippers to look for more partners. Almost half of them want to increase their number of logistics partners in 2021, shows survey from Transport Intelligence.

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Supply chains were challenged by the coronavirus crisis throughout 2020, and several shippers are therefore now looking into how they might become more resilient going forward.

Part of the solution could be to increase the number of partnerships, and close to half of the shippers are thus now considering finding more partners in 2021, shows a survey from Transport Intelligence (TI).

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