Transport and Logistics Insights Report
Not all business is good business
Andrew Galliers – Transport & Logistics specialist
Transport and logistics companies must negotiate a complex cocktail of market risks to achieve stability, prosperity and growth.
In an industry where margins are being squeezed, and many SMEs face tough competition from their larger counterparts, harnessing the power of data and technology is essential in facilitating intelligent decision making.
Crucially, firms must realise that not all business is good business – identifying the most profitable opportunities and driving efficiencies within their fleet often holds the key to longevity and success.
“The UK logistics industry is thought to be worth in excess of £55bn per year, and driven by an increase in online retail, demand is rising. This appetite for services, coupled with a shortage of capacity presents a huge opportunity.”
Transport and Logistics sector advice
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