THE NETWORK OF SUPPLY CHAINS
In demand in the supply chain.
BE A SMART ASSET
Telemetric systems across assets of all stripes will become standard to monitor driving style, save fuel, protect materials, provide contextual navigation and control, and increase useful asset lifespans. The commercial catalyst for massive adoptions by original equipment manufacturers is a need to stay profitable as sales volumes decline. Their extrinsic factors push manufacturers to build efficient hardware that prolong operational lifespans. In turn, manufacturers can adopt telemetric systems and license those services to offset declines and maintain growth of revenue.
CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE
In early 2019, the effects of the flaws in the corporate and consumer credit markets became to professional creditors the final sign of a recession. The acceptance of this fact of structural integrity failures of the global financial markets let to steady and long duration changes to the international and inland supply chains. For the first time in more than a decade, international support had been levied for the transformation of the U.S. agricultural indices and financial social safety net. The flow of capital to infuse the corporate commercial supply chains began the transformation of the social programs of the Green New Deal.
One World of Innovation
For decades now, as far back as when Nixon nationalized agriculture and agriculture insurance, American farmers have been subjected to demand-side market economics controlled by geopolitical forces.
What does a world of fed denizens look like? Moving food to the hungry. Transforming the energy and inter-network of agriculture is already underway. Space for innovation is opening up everywhere.
Transport Integrity as a Service
Safety means being aware of every step in the shipping and handling of our food and goods, without impinging on the independent freedoms of the handlers and the capitalism of the businesses.
A vast American network extends across countries and trade partners and shifts as needs and populations require. Operational finance and inbound commodity opportunities have never been stronger.