Transportation Pulse Report 2023

Ulm, 28 November 2022 – Supply chains have always been defined by uncertainty. This has remained the case in 2022. From rising inflation to labour strikes and the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war, this year has certainly thrown up its fair share of challenges and disruptions.

But the industry has also evolved. As we look ahead to 2023 and beyond, several trends will transform the way companies design and manage their supply chains. These include:

  • A shrinking labour force: with companies struggling to drive innovation because people are too busy with their day-to-day jobs, the ability to “do more with less” will become increasingly critical.
  • Sustainable decision-making: whether driven by regulators, shareholders, or consumers, sustainability has become a key factor. This means companies will have to expand their definition of end-to-end supply chain visibility.
  • Collaboration at the core: supply chain companies must be prepared to work closely with their partners to address the challenges they are facing more effectively. Collaboration is no longer optional.

Transporeon’s 2023 Pulse report goes deeper into the trends that are shaping the transportation industry as we head into 2023. It also outlines the rise of the platform era – an era that moves away from manual processing, inside-out thinking and siloed and sub-optimised processes towards connected networks of trading partners.

The full Transportation Pulse Report 2023 can be accessed here.

About Transporeon 

At Transporeon, our mission is to bring transportation in sync with the world. We power the largest global freight network of +1,300 industrial shippers, +100 large retailers and +145,000 carriers and logistics service providers. They execute 220,000 transactions per day on our platform and process around €48bn in freight spend per year.  

Our leading Transportation Management Platform connects all actors along the supply chain. It facilitates collaboration between the different parties, helps to automate manual processes and provides valuable real-time insights. The modular Application Hubs solve specific logistics challenges and range from freight sourcing over transport execution and dock and yard management to freight audit and payment. Data hubs provide insights into logistics operations, market developments and carbon emissions, next to ensuring transparency in the supply chain through visibility. Our platform works across all geographies and all modes of transportation, empowering logistics teams to move, manage and monitor freight.  

Transporeon is headquartered in Ulm, Germany, and maintains 18 offices around the globe with +1,400 employees across 27 countries. For more information visit www.transporeon.com

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