Hurricane Harvey assistance needed
American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) to coordinate requests for logistics support.
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The Warehousing Education and Research Council has released the following statement:
As you are aware, Hurricane Harvey is expected to hit Texas and will disrupt commerce with devastating flooding and wind damage. Many of WERC’s members are in the path of this storm and WERC hopes all will be safe.
While ALAN does not currently have any logistics support requests at this time, they are anticipating that there will be not yet identified needs for warehouse space, transportation, and material handling equipment. These requests may take several days to a week to surface as damage assessments are completed and local resources exhausted.August 28, 2017
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