When Shifting Production from China Isn’t an Option

July 11, 2019 Paige Krumwiede

When Shifting Production from China Isn’t an Option

The tariffs currently in effect on a wide variety of imported goods from China has compelled shippers to look for ways to blunt the impact on their bottom line. With peak season approaching and the possibility of additional tariffs looming, shippers must be proactive in developing strategies to mitigate their exposure to tariffs. In this article in SupplyChainBrain, Ross Spanier, GlobalTranz’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Solutions outlines strategies shippers can employ today to ensure future profitability.

To learn more, please read the article in SupplyChainBrain.

Related article: US/Mexico Border Closure: What Shippers Need to Know

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