Laws Logistics Brings Timely Solutions to Supply Chain Operators; Mike Laws Shares
MERRIMACK, NH - As it continues its mission of bringing timely solutions to the supply chain, Laws Logistics, formerly known as Lawgistics, recently announced a company rebranding and launched a new website. The new website includes an overview of the company’s approach, case studies of past projects, and answers to some of the industry’s most pressing supply chain questions.
“Supply chain challenges are ongoing in the produce and perishables industry, and they’re not going away anytime soon,” says Mike Laws, Founder and Owner. “As a result, people are taking a strong, hard look at their supply chain needs. That’s where we can help.”
Laws Logistics exists to provide produce and perishable companies with expertise on supply chain solutions, as noted in a press release, and has a proven track record of consulting on large and small projects for numerous perishables businesses including fresh produce, seafood, floral, and more.
“What we offer our clients are practical strategies to make operations run more efficiently and save both time and money,” added Laws. “This is what businesses are looking for today.”
Laws Logistics is headquartered in Naples, Florida, and serves businesses throughout the United States and internationally. The Laws Logistics team has helped companies alleviate specific logistical issues, redesign their product flow systems, and implement major expansions of existing operations, in addition to helping prevent and manage freight claims.
“As consultants, we can take a fresh look at your operations to help you move beyond tactical issues and toward strategies that will drive real improvement,” said Laws. “We’ve helped many of our clients solve problems and become more cost-efficient. This is something more important today than ever before.”
Mike Laws, who has spent the past four decades working with both domestic and international transportation businesses, is a charter member of the Supply Chain Logistics Council, which will meet this week as part of the United Fresh Public Policy Conference in Washington, DC.
“People in our industry are struggling with so many issues that have escalated as a result of the pandemic. United’s Supply Chain Council meeting agenda includes topics ranging from the impact of pallet shortages and labor shortages to the new Congressional Act on infrastructure—and this doesn’t even begin to address transportation issues and costs both in terms of trucks and shipping,” explained Laws. “I’m really looking forward to attending United’s Public Policy meeting in person this year. Working together to solve these massive supply chain issues is the only way we are going to get past them.”
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