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WEBINAR: Future Perspectives: COVID-19 and the Food Supply Chain (Controlant, The Acheson Group, Food Logistics)
Wednesday 16 September 2020, 01:30pm - 02:30pm
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This is the first installment in a multi-part webinar series addressing the changes happening in the food supply chain from a variety of perspectives, and how technology can help stakeholders adapt and succeed.

Duration is 60 minutes, including Q&A.

Date:  Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Time:  10:30 AM PDT / 1:30 PM EDT


From food production facility shutdowns to restaurant closures and retail outages, the food supply chain has been pressure-tested unlike ever before during COVID-19. Organizations were required to implement and continuously revise contingency plans because of changing recommendations and regulations by states and the CDC. Now they are exploring new and innovative ways to solve these challenges before entering a second wave of the pandemic. During this webinar, Dr. David Acheson and Jeremy Schneider thoroughly review the last several months of the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on the food supply chain and look to the future for best practices moving forward. 

Attendees will gain practical insights on how to:

  • Build supply chain resiliency and manage risk during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis 
  • Use real-time technology to quickly identify and respond to challenges in the current supply chain situation 
  • Prepare for the future by implementing supply chain best practices for future success during the pandemic or other crises 

    Learn from industry experts who have seen what worked and what did not during this crisis to prepare for the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.



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