MHI’s New Docuseries Introduces Viewers to the Supply Chain Jobs of Tomorrow
As part of MHI’s mission, we are working to develop new tools to increase awareness and to provide education about the supply chain and material handling industries. To that end, the MHI has developed the “Jobs of Tomorrow” docuseries comprised of 12 22-minute episodes featuring interviews from industry leaders, as well as from academics, educators, current college students and others working in the field.
They provide their insights on the future of supply chain jobs and the technology that will support them. Through the insights of these individuals, each episode showcases the latest technologies in action, and includes footage from multiple warehousing and distribution center facilities. Individual episodes cover different aspects of the industry and the impact on the economy and society: From e-commerce to cold chain handling and the innovations and evolving technologies that address today’s challenges. They highlight the broad range of current and future career opportunities offered in this industry.
In addition to raising awareness of the industry and its innovative technologies, the docuseries is designed to inspire greater interest in supply chain careers. “What’s truly unique about the ‘Jobs of Tomorrow’ docuseries is its focus on what happens inside supply chain facilities, a behind-the-scenes view,” said John Paxton, CEO of MHI. “Most people have never seen the inside of a distribution center, so they often associate them with the low-tech warehouses of the past. This series shows, in action, how technologically advanced these operations have become and what the future holds for careers in the supply chain…