Effective, efficient, sustainable: to be competitive, today’s road haulage and logistics service providers must be capable of meeting their customers' needs by keeping production and transport costs down, respecting the environment and offering a guarantee of all-round sustainability. The industry is becoming increasingly involved in a virtuous race for efficiency, which stems from a rising ability to collect, process and interpret increasingly complex data - up to and including real big data - and derive valuable information for the best possible mobilisation of goods.
Against this backdrop, the road haulage profession is changing and is increasingly becoming that of a logistics professional. This is a process that is helping to further develop the figure of the HGV driver and pushing him/her further and further away from the outdated stereotype of the “rough lorry driver”. Being on board a lorry also requires in-depth knowledge of the dynamics of logistics and the ability to make effective use of management software, which is increasingly present alongside the vehicle’s technological equipment.
Transpotec Logitec 2022 will present this market evolution in a digital key through the innovations, case histories and expertise of software producers, 4.0 consultants, and connected solutions that not only guarantee greater efficiency, sustainability and safety for road haulage, but in many cases also allow access to state incentives.
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