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Cold Chain Insights
 
Marina Mayer | Editor-in-Chief | Food Logistics
 
Supply chain disruptions are real and here to stay. Now, it’s time to learn from previous mistakes, amp up that cutting-edge technology and get ahead of the disruptions so that the daily news cycle can tell a better story of how supply chains won in 2022.
 
 
 
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For context, e-commerce grocery is now expected to account for at least 21.5% of US grocery sales by 2025. Did you know that even brief, 30-day disruptions caused by supply chain vulnerabilities can result in 3-5% EBITDA margin gaps?

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Today's supply chains are in crisis mode, and industry experts are already anticipating struggles for 2022 into 2023. Industry experts reveal the opportunities and threats set to impact the state of the supply chain.
 
 
 
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The rising costs of insurance for carriers prompts tech companies like Overhaul to partner with insurance companies to use data to lower premium costs.
 
 
 
While the product consumers may want could well be available, it's the packaging materials that may be the disruption in getting product to store shelves. Here's why.
 
 
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Make 2022 the year you advance your career! Visit the Supply Chain Learning Center to discover AND register for courses to earn industry certifications offered through several partner organizations. Expand your knowledge base to continue growing your career!

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Early last year, Walmart and HomeValet partnered to pilot temperature-controlled Home Valet-powered smart box technology for consumers to properly store the refrigerated and frozen foods and beverages received from grocery delivery.
 
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