Will your transportation network survive a crisis?
April 26, 2019

Fires. Plant outages. Weather events. If you operate a transportation network, at some point you will face a crisis. How these volatile situations are handled determines how quickly your business can recover and resume normal operations.

Natural disasters are the most common crises we face with our customers. The impacts of natural disasters are widespread and are felt personally, environmentally, and economically long after the winds, rain, and floods have dissipated. Infrastructure damage can slow recovery efforts for emergency agencies and personnel, but something not often considered is the effect on transportation systems before, during, and after the crisis.

In our latest video, we share Cardinal’s approach to crisis management planning. We also discuss how we helped our customers – and one of our competitors – during one of the nation’s worst natural disasters, Hurricane Michael.

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