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Automating Logistics

What to Expect From Your Logistics Provider During COVID-19

Today more than ever, logistics is vital. During this COVID-19 crisis, time-critical shipping isn't going to just stop. Your shipments still need to be handled correctly. Through working in the industry for so many years, I have seen the following as consistent pillars of conversation. 

When isolation demands collaboration: A guide to running rapid fire remote design workshops

   The irony of the novel coronavirus is that it forces us into isolation at the exact moment that working together is most critical. The crisis means information is flowing in at a rate impossible for an individual to sort through.

Top 4 Ways Airspace Will Support You Through COVID-19

As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact our communities, Airspace feels it’s important to share the steps we are taking to ensure that our customers are still receiving the best service to their time-critical shipments. 

The life sciences industry relies heavily on time-critical logistics. Shipments containing blood, tissue, or organs can often mean life or death for the recipient. It is imperative for hospitals, clinics, and specimen banks to effectively plan, route, and track these shipments during this time. 

Design Like a Surfer

It was around the fifth time I went out surfing that I realized I really could die out there. The skies were gray and menacing, the water was cold, and two years later I still remember it as the angriest the sea ever felt. I knew something was up when my surf instructor, an avid long boarder, paddled up next to me on something short and shreddy.

Everything You Need to Know About AOGs

It's more human than machine. 

Let’s forget about the idea of getting the part to the aircraft, rather, think about the people and cargo the aircraft is carrying. Think about the soon to be grandparents flying to celebrate the birth of their first grandchild. Put yourself in the shoes of the parent returning home from a week-long work trip trying to get home to kiss their kid good night or make it home in time for a game, school play, or recital. A college student returning home for the holidays. A child’s first flight and trips to Disney. The pilots and crew that are trying to get home after being away for weeks. What about the cargo on the flight, maybe a transplant making its way to a patient? Or, parts required to return another aircraft to service? 

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