The transportation system plays a massive and complex role in agricultural production. United States agricultural movements represent 30% of all ton-miles on transportation modes, including highways, waterways, and railroads.
The industry is also projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.6% between 2024 and 2032. North America is the top country with growth in this sector, primarily due to having major market players such as Deere & Company, AGCO Corporation, and Kubota Corporation.
Fall planting season is a pivotal moment for farmers across the United States. On average, the United States has over 2.05 million farms, and the agricultural industry profits around $183 billion in revenue.
In recent years, wildfires have been spreading across countries, causing extensive damage to communities and resulting in harmful environmental impacts. Additionally, logistics has been severely affected, with 75% of the global supply chain being altered by wildfires and El Niño phenomena.