Trade and transportation have been a major driver of human evolution. And with emerging globalization, logistics transportation is a major part of how the world operates today. Emerging, mature and international markets are now part of the growth strategy of a vast number of companies.
With the advent of Transpiration and the logistics industry has experienced a great impact with a supply chain that has multiple channels and is quickly changing in order to meet the needs of the consumer.
Improved technology has also increased productivity in the supply chain, minimizing costs and errors. These advances benefit all areas of the logistics industry – trucking transportation, international transportation, supply chain management, and shipment tracking.
In the next ten years, there will be exponential growth in the integration of intelligence with material handling equipment. Systems will also be better able to connect with the environment. Workers that are technologically savvy will be operating intelligent machinery while working side by side with autonomous forklifts and robots in operations that will be highly automated. With each activity leaving behind a digital footprint, supply chains will be more reliable, efficient, and cost-effective.
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Whenever the world emerges from the pandemic, the Aim of Logistics – to provide Availability of items, will not change. But, businesses will need to consider how the Aim will be accomplished – that is, the structure of Logistics within the business model.