The Business Continuity Roadmap for Transportation & Logistics Companies - Today. Tomorrow. The Future.

As governments lift restrictions and businesses return to a “new normal” Transportation and Logistics organizations have a unique opportunity to understand the changes brought forth by COVID-19 and plan for what comes next. Over the last few years, T&L revenues have been increasing but overall profitability hasn’t been so lucky. As the pandemic spread worldwide, it led to lockdowns and border closures and restricted the movement of goods while negatively impacting business for certain segments of the industry, namely smaller, non-diversified ...more

Powering the future of global transportation

The rebirth of the electric vehicle occurred around 2009. Over the last decade, the growth of electric mobility has continued to increase on a global scale. Governments around the globe are implementing policies to put more electric vehicles on the road by 2030. Public acceptance and use of electric vehicles are on the rise. All these factors point to a promising and exciting future for electric vehicles. ...more

Logistics becomes a startup hype

More and more start-ups are dedicating themselves to the topic of logistics. The aim is to make the logistics sector even more efficient through digital solutions. No matter whether software, API or platform – the young companies are currently increasingly receiving large investment sums. This is intended to stimulate growth in the industry. ...more on

We're All Part of the Automotive Evolution

With safety at the forefront, the automotive industry continues to embrace new technologies to deliver greater autonomy and efficiency. ADAS (Advanced Drive Assist Systems) and its evolution into full autonomy could see the end of road-based fatalities, injuries and incidents. Technology is now providing the solutions that can help the automotive industry achieve Vision Zero within just a few years. This is happening in part thanks to the advancement of image sensors that see the world as we do, and technologies such as radar and LiDAR (Ligh ...more

Brand management of logistics service providers

In order to successfully manage a brand you need a certain amount of prudence and discipline. Continuity is also important for brand management, so that customers can quickly recognize the company and identify with it. The brand agency "Get the Point" (short: GtP) annually surveys companies from industry and trade in Germany on how they assess the logistics sector in terms of brand management. The current 2018 study addressed 400 logistics companies with annual sales of 50 million euros or more. Depending on the size of the logistics compani ...more