Logistic Dynamics Statement on the Coronavirus
We continue to closely monitor developments and the global impact with respect to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The health and safety of our Team Members is of utmost importance while ensuring there are no disruptions in our level of service to customers, carriers.
We are ensuring Team Members have the necessary equipment and ability to telecommute with all access and capabilities should the need arise. In the past, due to weather conditions or other emergencies, we have successfully supported our customers and carriers with full teams and offices working remote. This would be no different.
Internally, LDI has increased environmental cleaning and travel precautions are in place as we continue to monitor updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other government agencies.
LDI is prepared to help you navigate potential shipping disruptions due to COVID-19 through our business capabilities. We will continue to monitor the impact to the industry and post updates to our blog, social media, and distribute information via email to keep you up to date.
Our customers, carriers, and Team Members’ health, safety, and businesses are at the forefront of our concerns and we will do everything possible to deliver a best-in-class experience through the potential disruptions.
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