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Supply Chain Resilience

Supply chain resilience is a responsibility.   Supply chain strategy has been focused on driving costs down, rather than resilience or safety. For years now, lowering costs has been the prime motivator in optimizing the movement of goods and reduction of inventories in the worldwide supply chain. The advent and

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COVID-19 Service Update: Final Mile Trends

COVID-19 and Essential Business   COVID-19 continues to dominate the news. As the illness spreads in Pennsylvania and other states, COVID-19 will also continue to change companies’ approach to business. Here at Blue Eagle Logistics, we will continue moving the essential freight important to people’s lives. During this countrywide health

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Essential Businesses During COVID-19: What You Should Know

  On March 19th, PA Governor Tom Wolf ordered all non-essential businesses in Pennsylvania to close physical locations in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. As of March 30, 2020, Pennsylvania has 4,843 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 63 deaths. Here at Blue Eagle Logistics, we are proud

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How Blue Eagle Can Help–COVID-19 Support

Here at Blue Eagle Logistics, we know the COVID-19 Pandemic is creating upheaval, distress, and worry. You’re worried about your families, your employees, your products, and your businesses. It’s a lot to take in. With so much changing, one thing has not and will not change–Blue Eagle Logistics continues to

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The Difference Between Being Sad and Depressed

Guest Post by Mike Schlossberg As someone who has a lifelong period of depression, I think the above question is one that I ponder on a somewhat regular basis – certainly more often than I wish I did. It’s sad, but it’s necessary, and it’s something I have to consider.

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