[TRANSPORTATION CHAIN] How COVID-19 is Impacting Transportation, Trucking and Supply Chains

This episode of Transportation Chain examines how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting supply chain management, material availability in both construction and equipment manufacturing, as well as the movement of construction materials and equipment.

Transportation Chain is a new a series focused on how current events are impacting transportation, trucking and supply chain management. The series opens with a look at the current disruptions stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic and how this is affecting the movement of goods, equipment and materials across the country. 

Segment 1: Marina Mayer, editor in chief of Food Logistics and Supply and Demand Chain Executive magazines, shares insights on what she’s seeing and hearing from representatives in the supply and logistics segments.

Segment 2: Becky Schultz, editor, Equipment Today, and Sara Jensen, editor of OEM Off-Highway, discuss how supply chain disruptions are affecting two key essential industries: construction and equipment manufacturing.

Segment 3: Curt Bennink, senior field editor at Equipment Today, shares insights on what companies transporting construction materials and equipment are encountering as a result of restrictions put in place during the pandemic.