Just as the original Roadmap was a high-level look, so is 2.0. It does not get down to street level and is not intended to cover everything changing in the supply chain. Similarly, 2.0 is not prescriptive. Instead, it is a look forward that tries to capture what is changing within the four forces and the importance of these shifts to the future of the supply chain. Finally, 2.0 extends the Material Handling & Logistics U.S. Roadmap horizon from 2025 to 2030.
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