As the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic forced millions of people to work remotely for months, the Food Logistics editors started a new informal Facebook live talk show that covers all aspects of the supply chain. Nine months later, the show is still going strong, informing viewers about the latest trends in the industry that week and having special guests along the way. Here is a roundup of some of the best episodes of the last year.
Food Logistics Editors Talk Diversity and Inclusion with Women in Trucking and CarriersEdge
Marina, Brielle and Mackenna discuss Women in Trucking and CarriersEdge's new Diversity & Inclusion Index, as well as diversity and inclusion overall in the trucking and transportation industry.
Food Logistics Editors Get Spooky
Marina, Brielle and Mackenna dress in costume to discuss supply chains going into the holidays and what this look like amid a pandemic, all while dressed in Halloween costumes.
Food Logistics Editors Go Back To School
As schools make their final decisions on whether or not they will do in-person or virtual learning this fall, Marina, Brielle and Mackenna sit down with Terry Esper, Associate Professor at The Ohio State University to talk how this could potentially impact the next generation of supply chain professionals.
Supply Chain Editors Talk Supply Chain Challenges Amid Natural Disasters
Marina, Brielle and Mackenna sit down with Kathy Fulton, executive director for ALAN, to discuss natural disasters, challenges for supply chains and what companies should be doing now to prepare for the future
Supply Chain Editors Introduce the Supply Chain Woman of the Year
Marina, Brielle and Mackenna introduce Supply & Demand Chain Executive's first annual Woman of the Year recipient of the Women in Supply Chain award.
Supply Chain Editors Talk Trade Wars
Marina, Brielle and Mackenna interview with John Scannapieco, chair of Baker Donelson’s global business team, to discuss how corporations have been rethinking their supply chains since the start of the trade war, and how the pandemic has shifted the focus of sourcing, procurement and offshoring.
Food Logistics Editors Talk Warehouse Automation
Marina, Brielle and Mackenna discuss emerging technologies in warehouse automation, and what this means for the future of the supply chains.
Food Logistics Talks Broken Supply Chains
Food Logistics editors talk with special guest Abe Eshkenazi, CEO of The Association for Supply Chain Management, about broken food supply chains, the impending meat shortage and supply chain disruptions on the line.
Food Logistics Editors Talk Groceries During COVID-19
Marina, Mackenna and Brielle talk direct-to-consumer delivery, the change in grocery order and how to properly wash your fruit.