Well-planned and well-managed urban areas offer great opportunities to create sustainable designs to foster new business, manufacturing, and logistics models which, in turn, raise a series of challenges, for which we need to be ready.
Pharmaceutical products are of great value because they conserve and improve health, and even save lives. Therefore, this industry has one of the most challenging logistics: products must arrive at their destinations safely and as soon as possible.
Blockchain is a technology that, when applied to logistics, has a major impact on traceability and other aspects of the supply chain.
Latin America faces a greater challenge than just following the global technology trends, and that is achieving a digital transformation that integrates technology, processes, and people while meeting the pressing needs of the region.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is used in various ways in logistics services to help offering solutions that improve the productivity of supply chains and, therefore, the profitability of companies.
As a result of technology, we have optimized the supply chain by decreasing costs and time, connecting suppliers and clients, improving inventory storage, and increasing safety.
Digitalization and new technologies such as the Internet of Things and autonomous learning, have revolutionized all sectors, including logistics, which has been characterized throughout the years for embracing innovative solutions that enable quick, accurate, and safe reactions.
Technology advances have brought along the creation of new business concepts such as transformational logistics, digital ecosystems, and logistics 4.0 or smart logistics; all of which aim to make the supply chain processes more efficient while meeting the needs of clients in the best possible way.
The omnichannel world we live in has fostered the exponential growth of e-commerce and has forced companies to find special logistics solutions to help meet the expectations of on-line customers, looking to give them what they need at any moment and place.
Thanks to the boom in e-commerce, the value of the supply chain has been growing; thus, companies have been forced to implement new techniques and tools to adapt to the omnichannel environment in order to remain competitive.
The future of outsourced services presents risks and introduces trends linked to the everchanging nature of markets and to the increasing importance of customer service; both of which have an impact on a company’s competitiveness.