How adverse weather conditions impact logistics operations
As Europe heads into the winter months, the continent is bracing itself for adverse weather conditions that are set to impact a wide range of operations, from transportation and logistics to shipping and daily life. The arrival of winter typically brings about cold temperatures, storms, fog, and strong winds – all of which can have a significant impact on a wide range of logistics operations and potentially cause supply chain delays.
To address these challenges, our teams follow dedicated processes in order to be well prepared for the worst conditions and ultimately ensure minimal disruptions to supply chains, while also taking care of the safety of our crew and customers’ cargo. In the above video, our experts showcase real-life examples of how adverse weather conditions impact our operations, and how our teams work together with relevant stakeholders to mitigate the associated challenges. weather logistics and hear how our operational teams work to overcome the challenges it presents.
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