The COVID-19 pandemic in this country has impacted all, including our logistics industry and businesses, significantly. As a result, to keep their workers and facilities safe and protected from the virus, companies are encouraged to follow and enforce appropriate standard health measures, such as social isolation.
To be able to successfully accomplish this, you will implement innovations to keep transportation workers secure during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond. Road protection would have to be maintained by companies. To do this, you need to provide a sufficient supply of essential resources during the pandemic. Telematics can be used as a way to stop drivers going for longer hours without being sick later.
Businesses can use telematics to track how many hours their employees spend driving the wheel and making modifications to the schedule. By arranging a handoff with another driver that will prevent the current driver from getting sick, the product will still be sold.
To learn more on how to minimize the effects of supply chain disruptions during the pandemic, check out and read this infographic for more information.