The pandemic has created an exigency for on-demand strategies from both consumers and businesses. The trucking industry is no exception, especially as technological advances ensue. In response to the future of on-demand trucking, Jim Monkmeyer of DHL Supply Chain North America says, “[T]here is an opportunity to match drivers, equipment and capacity in the market
Phil Ammendolia was on a business trip in Maine when he realized that the fulfillment model his manufacturing company was using for more than 20 years was no longer good enough for today’s fast-paced business world. Customers loved LS2 Helmets, but they just weren’t willing to wait days on end for them to be delivered.