Compete and Win in the Age of Account Based Buying

July 15, 2019

If you’re on a B2B revenue team, it’s likely your Marketing and Sales teams are experiencing some angst these days when it comes to understanding how prospects and customers want to interact with your company. On one hand customers seem to want ultra-personalized attention on every channel, and on the other it seems as though they instantly delete every one of those painstakingly-crafted, personalized emails you send. They come to your website to download your latest eBook, but then fill out your contact form with “Mickey Mouse” from “ABC Company.”

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Combined Transport Magazine

We offer you a platform for the logistics industry covering innovations for road, rail, and software technologies. Shipping goods by train are energy efficient, environmentally friendly and economically feasible. However, for freight forwarders to build flexible and profitable supply chains trucks and ships play the dominant role in today's supply chains.

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Will Robotic Automation Lead to a Lights-Out-Warehouse

whitePaper | March 16, 2022

What is lights-out warehousing? The simple answer is a facility without people. One that relies entirely on automated equipment, to the point that no manual touches are necessary. With no employees required on the floor, operations do not need to turn the lights on, hence the term “lights-out warehousing.”

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Understanding and Meeting Customer Expectations for Hydrogen Trucking

whitePaper | July 26, 2022

A whitepaper setting out the needs of truck end-users and logistics providers as these organisations look to decarbonise operations, focusing on the opportunities and challenges that hydrogen trucking brings. This paper discusses the role of hydrogen in facilitating truck end user decarbonisation targets, as well as supporting logistics companies to maintain operations amidst increasing regulatory pressure to reduce emissions. The paper outlines the needs and expectations of customers in terms of operational and infrastructure requirements, cost, and policy intervention to enable a transition to zero-emission heavy-duty trucking across Europe.

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Empowering the Mobility Fleet of Tomorrow

whitePaper | November 15, 2022

The internet of things plays a key role in the future of urban mobility. As cities grow in size and complexity, transportation solutions require a more strategic approach. Increasingly, public transportation companies, as well as freight/cargo companies and operators of heavy equipment fleets, are looking for IoT technology systems to produce actionable insights from vehicle data. Companies need to provide their fleets with new capabilities that will transform the transportation experience—and that is just the start of mobility’s evolution.

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Building the supply chain forward Strategies to mitigate disruption in automotive logistics

whitePaper | April 14, 2022

The automotive supply chain is surrounded by rising uncertainty. Global freight, material and energy networks face significant imbalances and congestion. The industry is struggling with whiplash between shutdowns and pent-up demand in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic – resulting in constraints in the upstream supply of components, higher logistics costs and production losses, as well as depleting finished vehicle inventory.

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Relying On Drivers To Self-Report?

whitePaper | January 9, 2023

There are many risks associated with employing individuals with invalid motor vehicle records to drive on company time. At the top of the list is public safety. That’s why commercial driver license holders are mandated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulation (FMCSA) to notify their employer of any motor vehicle violations within 30 days of conviction. If the driver’s commercial driver’s license (CDL) is suspended, revoked, canceled, or if he/she is disqualified from driving, the employee must notify the employer within one business day.¹ This allows the employer to take action immediately.

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GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN RISK MANAGEMENT PART 1: DIFFERENCES IN ATTITUDES

whitePaper | November 1, 2019

In the fall of 2009 MIT CTL conducted a global survey of supply chain risk experiences, attitudes, and risk management practices. Over 1400 supply chain professionals from 70 countries participated. The survey asked business and supply chain managers their opinions about the importance of risk prevention compared to response preparedness. Overall, 54% of respondents considered risk prevention more important, 30% viewed them as equal, and 16% considered response preparedness more important.

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Combined Transport Magazine

We offer you a platform for the logistics industry covering innovations for road, rail, and software technologies. Shipping goods by train are energy efficient, environmentally friendly and economically feasible. However, for freight forwarders to build flexible and profitable supply chains trucks and ships play the dominant role in today's supply chains.

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