Barcelona, February 15, 2022.- Logistics ViewPoint magazine has published an interesting reflection on the current situation for freight shippers and the global logistics collapse. These are the main theses:Continue reading ““Shippers have broadened their definition of carrier capacity management to include new and effective ways to lessen the carrier capacity crunch””
Barcelona, April 7, 2020.- The CIPS, Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply, is a center for training, study and publication of knowledge applied to procurement and supply. The day after victory over the Coronavirus Covid-19 will leave us with a different global supply chain, with substantial changes to its resources, processes, and information systems. Here CIPS has analyzed some recommendations to reduce the logistical impact of the global pandemic. We hope it will be useful for your transport or logistics company.Continue reading “Global pandemic Covid-19: How to minimize the logistical impact on the supply chain”
Barcelona, February 9, 2017 – The transport and logistics operators are currently starting to manage the changes required to introduce digital transformation inside their daily processes, a phenomenon similar to the electrification of economy. Digitalization is a general-purpose technology that helps enhancing competitiveness and reducing costs in any industry. In the transportation and logistics sector, this transformation is known as “Logistics 4.0”, namely Big Data, Analytics, implementation of the Internet in more and more devices of the chain (IoT), Open Data, real-time connectivity (5G Mobile networks, Urban Wi-Fi, home and industrial fiber, new Bluetooth standard), Augmented reality, Drones, Virtual reality, etc.