The CDC and others are making daily updates to a map of the confirmed cases of COVID-19 throughout the world. View their map here.
Another map created by the New York Times shows the number of cases in each country along with their travel recommendations.
One of the best sources is the map created by John Hopkins which lets you select different areas of the world to see the impact.
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Breaking Down the Silos: Warehousing & Transportation
When it comes to the warehouse, the processes in place can make or break your transportation strategy. Tune into this webinar to learn tips for working well with your warehouses.
Breaking Down the Silos: Sales & Transportation
The agreements that a sales department makes with customers about how freight will be handled can have a big impact on the efficiencies of a transportation department. For many companies, these agreements are based on status quo rather than optimizing costs.
Breaking Down the Silos: Procurement & Transportation
When procurement departments make decisions on what to buy they typically have a checklist of priorities. Do you know if the items on their list align with the priorities of logistics and transportation? Transparency is needed to know how decisions in one department impact another.
Breaking Down the Silos: CFOs & Transportation
One challenge that many companies still face is getting out of silos and sharing the same goals. This webinar addresses the tensions between the transportation department and CFOs in particular. Listen to the webinar to hear insights on how others have moved their company towards a unified orientation.
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