From ‘Freezer Farms’ to Jets, Logistics Operators Prepare for a Covid-19 Vaccine

Logistics providers are building giant cold-storage facilities, or “freezer farms,” and lining up equipment and transportation capacity as they gear up for the rapid delivery of millions of doses of potential coronavirus vaccines around the world..
Read more at – WSJ

5 Things to Consider when Choosing the Right Less-than-Truckload Carrier

In today’s competitive e-commerce world, offering the right shipping options can make a big difference to your company’s success. More and more online merchants are discovering that LTL shipping is a cost-effective option for larger orders. But how do you choose the right LTL freight..
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‘Mind-bogglingly complex’: Here’s what we know about how COVID-19 vaccine will be distributed when it’s approved

We don’t know when a COVID-19 vaccine will arrive, but we’re starting to know how it will be distributed…
Read more at – USA Today.

Pfizer may win the COVID vaccine race. But distributing it could be another matter.

Pfizer, the multinational pharmaceutical company, may be the first in the United States to seek regulatory approval for a COVID-19 vaccine, but even if its vaccine is authorized, the company may face additional challenges in distributing it…
Read more at – ABC News

‘Urgent’ request sent to states in push for coronavirus vaccine delivery by Nov. 1

Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, sent a letter last week to the nation’s governors with an urgent request. The Trump administration wanted them to do everything in their power to eliminate hurdles for vaccine distribution sites to be fully operational by Nov. 1..
Read more at – Impact 2020