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How supply chains used FLOW after the Baltimore bridge collapse

Supply Chain Dive
May 15, 2024
Colin Campbell, Larry Avila, and Alejandra Salgado

ITS Logistics employed data to deploy assets
The Baltimore bridge collapse provided a use case for how ITS Logistics and other program members can put each other’s data to use in real time, ITS Logistics SVP Adam Angle said in an interview.

“Once the incident happened, we were able to go in and assess where chassis and other assets and equipment [were] within varying markets,” Angle said.

The third-party logistics company could see where shipment volumes were increasing and other data about those markets that helped with resource distribution.

“If the market had enough chassis, then maybe we don’t need to reallocate our own assets,” Angle said.

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