They say there is a silver lining to every situation. So, what was the silver lining of the pandemic? That was my first question to four cold chain executives in a recent roundtable briefing:
Chris Caulfield, Vice President of Operations, Temperature Monitoring and Sensing, Zebra Technologies
Cathy Langham, President and Owner, Langham Logistics
Each agreed that it has been refreshing to see cold chain entities proactively collaborate across traditional silos – even if it has been a forced change. They also see immense value in the organizational restructuring that has occurred because of people’s changing employment preferences, expanding skill sets, and professional ambitions as well as customers’ mounting demands.
But, as I listened to each executive share their experiences, what I found most interesting was:
How companies like Zebra, Cold Chain Technologies, and Langham Logistics are investing capex and innovating to improve and preserve cold chain performance to address new economic and public health challenges. (They also talk about how you can adapt currently available technologies to improve decision-making and outcomes within your organization and supply chains.)
Before we wrapped our discussion, they also shared their thoughts why you should…
Tune in now to hear their fascinating stories and targeted advice for cold chain decision-makers: