Oct 1, 2021
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, one area impacted that often doesn’t get discussed is US transportation. What has changed due to COVID-19 - especially for in-home delivery? And, what can we expect as we prepare for more continued uncertainty?
In this episode of Hilary Topper on Air, Hilary speaks with Richard Waryn, CEO of LDK Logistics - a premier white glove first/final mile logistics solutions company that operates throughout the US and Canada.
Rich discusses the in-home delivery of high-value and or high-touch goods during the COVID-19 pandemic and makes his predictions on the future of such services as the pandemic rages on and the global supply chain continues to waver. Learn how his company fared during the pandemic and how they adjusted to in-home delivery guidelines. He'll also discuss his employee's morale and how the transportation sector is doing with such high demand and delays. Rich provides his own examples of how transportation companies can protect themselves and employees as part of the frontline workforce.
Richard Waryn has over 30 years’ experience in international private equity fund management, real estate investment, and entrepreneurship. He has lived in DC, London, Moscow, Dubai and now resides in Colorado where he is Managing Director at a national investment bank and owns a specialized transportation logistics company. He is an alum of Harvard University and the University of Toronto.
LDK Logistics is a premier white glove first/final mile logistics solutions company that operates throughout the US and Canada. It provides extremely high customer service levels to large freight forwarders and direct shippers of high value goods like medical equipment, server farms, high end furniture and art. For more information visit www.LDKLogistics.com.