How to be competitive in the logistics industry

July 27, 2018

In a hyperconnected and data-driven world, sectors like logistics have to reinvent themselves and adapt to new technologies. Not doing this meant that they can not be competitive in the logistics industry today.To be competitive in the logistics industry today is not an easy job. Many processes, professionals, material assets, and more actors, variables and constraints are involved. Moreover, the profit margins are very low for each service, so cost savings is a very important point and makes the difference to be competitive in the logistics industry. In the following infographic we will show a present and future context of the sector, and how to be competitive in the logistics industry applying new technologies. Seeing in which areas or processes they will be incorporated and bring more benefits.

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