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Here is where your trucks are getting backed up during deliveries

Jason Morgan is the editor of Fleet Equipment. He has more than 14 years of B2B journalism experience covering the likes of trucking and construction equipment, real estate, movies and craft beer industries.

With stay at home orders in effect across the country, less vehicles on the road means more room for your trucks to runs, so deliveries should be made faster, right?

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It’s not that simple. Change several of the variables within the supply chain and you see inefficiencies ripple through logistics. To get a bead on where the biggest slow downs are and what you can do to avoid them, I connected with Shad Churma, senior customer solutions manager, transportation and logistics with Here Technologies, working with the likes of Geotab, GPS Insight, NexTraq, Omnitracs, RouteSmart, Teletrac Navman and Verizon Connect.

Watch the video above for a look at how the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted traffic patterns, average road speeds and created supply chain bottlenecks.

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