COVID-19 - Transportation Articles
Small grocer working to keep shelves stocked
The problem, Mike Floersch says, isn’t the availability of food in distributors’ warehouses, but the people to pull product and put it on trucks to ship out.
Grocery supply chain adjusting to new consumer demands
With social distancing keeping many people at home, suppliers are racing to retool production lines to package food originally slated to go to restaurants to grocery store shelves.
Kansas Together Launches Resource Page for Families, Businesses
A new site serves as a one-stop resource for Kansans looking for easy access to all the tools and information they need to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 and Its Effects on Transportation
From exceptions to weight limits and CDL renewal periods, to dealing with city/state/county stay-home orders, our advocacy division has gathered some resources to help our members understand what transportation rules and temporary exemptions are applicable to their operations.