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Thinking Outside the Plane: Aerospace Companies with Non-Aviation Departments
| February 2, 2017
a. hartrodt translates into expertise in all facets of international door-to-door transportation by air and sea, ranging from the smallest piece of freight to capital equipment and 'project' cargo.
Article | June 27, 2020
We track our commitments and goals quarterly through the Schneider Sustainability Impact 2018 – 2020 (formerly called the Planet & Society barometer). The 2018 – 2020 Schneider Sustainability Impact ?shows our commitments by 2020, as well as our contribution to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to be achieved by governments, companies, and civil society by 2030.
For nearly 15 years we have been following a clear action plan with a dashboard called Schneider Sustainability Impact. It is based on our 2050 vision with tangible deliverables updated every three years. Our CEO and CFO announce our results on a quarterly basis, together with the company’s financial results.
Article | February 10, 2020
Handling or managing the entire process of production flow is known as supply chain management. The activities cover things like Product development, sourcing, production, and logistics. With the help of logistic software, the supply chain firms can effectively develop and run the supply chains. The Supply Chain Management concept is basically built upon two points. One of them is that the effort of a number of organizations reflects on every product that reaches the consumers.
Article | April 1, 2020
Few issues are as important to businesses today than sustainability. Because the modern consumer cares about the environment, companies need to meet higher expectations about eco-friendly practices. Supply chains, in particular, have a lot of room to improve. It's no secret that logistics chains aren't exactly eco-friendly. They account for more than 80% of carbon emissions globally. The modern business world can't exist without supply chains, but the natural world won't exist in the same way if they don't improve.
Article | March 13, 2020
One of the biggest disruptors to traditional freight and logistics, is transforming the way in which the industry continues to do business. In a recent research study, Accenture highlights the importance of traditional freight and logistics companies joining new digital entrants on their disruptive journey, or face becoming irrelevant. “If they persist with ‘business as usual’, traditional players can expect to lose both competitiveness and value. If, however, they harness the power of digital technologies and build new, digital business models, they could significantly enhance their competitiveness, boosting earnings before interest and taxes (EBITDA) by approximately 13% annually.”
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