Last-mile delivery is about the “last mile” journey of a delivery product/package from the warehouse to the customer’s doorstep that is part of supply chain management and transportation. It involves the customer’s expectation and satisfaction.
Every year, as much as 9,000 tons of mercury are released into the atmosphere, water and land. Numerous government bodies have already signed a treaty to phase out the use of non-essential mercury-containing products and implement the safe handling and disposal of remaining mercury-containing products.
COVID-19 has led to a heightened focus on safety and hygiene protocols, resulting in the creation of many new routines. To reduce the spread of the virus, we have seen companies worldwide adopt remote work to reduce in-person interactions whilst others who are not able to carry out safety measures such as temperature taking and contact tracing as well as increased frequency of cleaning and disinfection.
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