For Logistics companies, the metaverse will open up new ways to connect and collaborate with the potential to synergise operations across your whole supply chain increasing the overall accuracy, flexibility and efficiency of your logistics business.
In the Eurozone, where inflation has reached 8.9%, supply instability, price inflation and logistics disruption are being driven by skyrocketing prices and demand for increasingly scarce goods and labour.
For supply chains, climate change will impact the manufacture of consumer goods, transport between regions and vehicle usage.
While much of the media focus this year has been on the border disruption caused by Brexit, 2021 will also see significant changes to EU customs regulations. Three major changes coming into force throughout the year will affect logistics for businesses shipping across borders, since they impact customs procedures and VAT obligations for e-commerce sellers both inside and outside the EU.
To remain relevant and competitive, companies need to keep up with the latest trends that the logistics industry is adopting, and make plans to incorporate them into their own business practices.
Online shopping continues to flourish at an incredible rate. How should retailers capitalise on this?
Is there a mismatch between the price you are being charged by third-party logistics (3PL) and the value of service you are getting in return? We explain how you can tell if you’re being overcharged.
Consumer habits are changing at a previously unimaginable pace, with a greater reliance than ever on superior logistics and efficient global delivery networks.