Be Ready With a Disaster Recovery Plan for Shipping
They say that luck favors the prepared. We've seen how quickly industries and the world can change. It's important for businesses to build a plan and be ready to keep people safe and business flowing when the unexpected becomes a reality.
A disaster recovery plan should cover all critical aspects of your business, including shipping. After all, fulfilling orders is what keeps you – and your customers – afloat. In our e-guide, we cover the big areas small and mid-size businesses (SMBs) need to address when establishing disaster recovery plans for shipping logistics. The guide includes:
- Key areas of making a plan, including the people, processes and systems integral to shipping
- How to build redundancy into your inventory and distribution networks
- Communication touchpoints for internal and external teams
- Technology for more robust, weatherproof operations
- How partners can help you pull through in a pinch
With this guide, you'll be in position to work with internal teams and partners to forge tighter communication and build more confidence in your ability to fulfill orders and hammer out weak links in your supply chain.
We like to think that with a little foresight, small and mid-size businesses (SMBs) can make their own luck – regardless of the circumstances. Don't be left in the dark asking yourself, "What is a disaster recovery plan?" Use this guide to start building resiliency into your shipping today.
While working toward a disaster recovery plan, don't forget that the Worldwide Express team is here to help – lending you decades of experience and dedicated shipping logistics experts who know how to look into every aspect of your shipping operations to help protect your business during unplanned emergencies.