War, Pestilence, and Famine – the World’s Logistics Falters
Commander Salamander and EagleOne, retired US Navy officers and proprietors of Midrats, a premiere naval-centric blog, discuss world logistics with international logistics expert Ross Kennedy.
A little under a year ago, we had Ross on to discuss the impact of COVID and related structural issues to the global supply chain. A year later, we find conditions have not just remained, but with war in Ukraine and a new COVID variant working its way through coastal China, in many ways the global trade in essential items has turned for the worst.
If you are worried about the cost and availability of fuel, food, and everyday items you’ve spent the last decade assuming were always going to be there at a price you’re happy with, then you need to join us from 2-3pm Eastern this Sunday.
Ross is a U.S.-based logistics and supply chain expert with more than fifteen years in international transportation, procurement, and analysis. His unique blend of operations, sales, and strategic planning allows him to provide creative, agile solutions for his public- and private-sector clientele.
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