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Seeing through the sea of data: regaining control of ocean transportation through improved ocean visibility
When it comes to ocean logistics, many shippers and freight forwarders are lost at sea. The whereabouts of cargo or its arrival at port is anyone’s guess. Visibility is sometimes about as effective as a pirate’s telescope. You’d have better luck asking an ocean-going seagull when a shipment will arrive at port than relying on the current status quo of ocean freight management.
Transporeon recognized by Gartner® in the 2022 Magic Quadrant™
Transporeon Visibility Hub has been recognized by Gartner in their latest Real-Time Transportation Visibility Platform Magic Quadrant. Gartner Magic Quadrant™ shows that demand for real-time visibility among commercial customers and consumers continues to grow, making this functionality a key component of running transparent and efficient supply chains.
Generating competitive advantage with transport management platform
We live in a world that is digitally connected and digitally enhanced, so it makes sense that this would also apply to the logistics industry. Despite the growing presence of digitalisation, it is not quite commonplace yet and many shippers, carriers and retailers are struggling to make data-driven decisions as aggregating data from many disparate sources has been challenging.
Transport Intelligence report finds that real-time visibility is instrumental to tackling sustainability
The report, Real-Time Visibility and Sustainability in Europe’s Logistics Sector, lays out the key findings from a survey conducted by Transport Intelligence (Ti) and Transporeon Visibility Hub based on responses from key supply chain stakeholders across Europe about their sustainability offering.
Building an ecosystem to optimize and digitize the supply chain for sustainable mobility
Sustainability is hugely important to the logistics industry. Transport accounts for around 20% of global carbon dioxide emissions, while a report from the international organization Paris Process on Mobility and Climate (PPMC) says truck transports specifically account for one-quarter of global transport energy use.