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Across the United States, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) began building and stocking alternative care facilities in response to COVID-19. To support the pandemic response, project44 provided free tracking for organizations including non-profits, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), government agencies, hospitals, pharmacies, grocers, farmers, and food banks. When FEMA made real-time visibility a requirement of their logistics partners, RJW Logistics Group turned to project44. This data-driven effort supported coronavirus relief, prevention, and maintained supply chain visibility of over-the-road tracking in North America and Europe.

With access to high-fidelity supply chain visibility data in real-time, everyone can make more informed decisions, increase agility, and proactively handle issues — especially when time is critical.

Jett McCandless 
Founder and CEO, project44

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