The Road to the Circular Economy

Companies are under pressure from regulations, investors, customers, and employees to reduce their carbon footprint and make the switch to a circular economy as more people become aware of the unsustainable nature of the linear economy.

More revenue doesn’t mean more profit

Why is it that during these periods, where demand is high but supply is choked, the smaller players who run logistics businesses don’t see more profits?

The Logistics Industry is ripe for disruption and consolidation

During the Covid-19 crisis, many people across the globe realized how vital it is to add as much intelligence as possible to our supply chain and logistics networks. Logistics providers were overbooked and overworked, and supply chains were stretched to their limits. Somehow, fortunately, the system held together.

Digitalisation as a barrier to entry

Can you still remember how life in logistics was before everything came crashing down with COVID-19? Well, before 2020, companies were already interested in digitising their supply chains. Therefore, it was no surprise that the pandemic and social isolation drove the end-to-end digitalisation of supply chain processes.


Both freight spot and contract rates offer shippers a different value proposition, with contract providing the year-long security of price and capacity, while spot is there to assist shippers when their contract carriers are not enough or there is a special need to move freight on a lane a contract price has yet to be negotiated.

Transportation management gives companies a competitive edge

There is a strong correlation between financial performance and the leadership’s perception of the importance of transportation management to the organization. It changes how top performers think, act, and invest in transportation management.

Is there a new “normal” in supply chains?

Supply chains have always been subject to disruption, as anyone who has worked in the industry can attest to. Natural disasters, terrorism, economic cycles, and capacity shortages have created challenges since the beginning of trade.