With more Americans staying at home in efforts to stop the spread of Covid-19, having access to healthy foods is a priority. In the Southeast, Waitr Holdings Inc. is partnering with non-profit Three O’Clock Project to provide healthy meals to at-risk children in the East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, area, while Tompkins International is offering free digital resources to help keep the supply chain flowing.
As Covid-19 continues to impact businesses and consumers alike, Tompkins International, a Raleigh, North Carolina-based supply chain consulting and solutions firm, has launched a digital hub of resources to help retailers continue to deliver on customer demands.
Tompkins International’s Covid-19 Resources hub includes educational and thought leadership content from industry veteran and Tompkins International Chairman and CEO Jim Tompkins and other company executives. The content focuses on the impacts of Covid-19, successful supply chain reinvention strategies and other related topics to help businesses flourish in an increasingly digital world. Users can access the online hub via the company’s website.
“As the pandemic intensifies, retailers are not only dealing with higher volumes of household items but are also scrambling to accommodate customers in other ways such as additional delivery and pickup options,” said Tompkins. “We created these digital resources to help those dealing with supply chain and commerce challenges as a result of Covid-19.”