Explore the carbon footprint in logistics, the measure of CO2 emissions within the EU’s transportation of goods. Understand its impact & calculation.
Definition Hub and Spoke is a transportation system that connects smaller countries or regions to a central hub, typically a major city. This system is designed to facilitate the movement of goods between the hub and the surrounding regions. How it works In a Hub and Spoke system, the central hub serves as a central […]
Explore On Time Delivery (OTD), a key performance indicator (KPI) measuring delivery efficiency. Crucial for customer satisfaction, trust & cost reduction.
Explore ‘Tender Season’, a crucial period for logistics providers to bid for contracts. Understand the process, from RFP release to securing business deals.
Common carriers ensure safe, efficient transport services. Complying with EU regulations, they uphold safety & environmental standards. Explore various types.
Learn about Full Truckload (FTL) shipping – a method in the transport industry where an entire truck is loaded with goods from one shipper for a single delivery.
Cargo insurance provides coverage for goods during transport, protecting against loss, damage, or theft. Ensures financial security for cargo owners.
Explore Less Than Truckload (LTL) shipping: a cost-effective solution for businesses with smaller loads. We consolidate multiple shipments for efficient transport.
Definition 4PL, or Fourth Party Logistics, is a supply chain management model where a company outsources its logistics,including logistics management as well as the execution of all logistics services throughout the supply chain operations to a specialized service provider. Overview The concept of 4PL was first introduced in the 1990s and has gained popularity in […]
2PL or Second Party Logistics is a service where transportation of goods is outsourced to an external carrier, allowing companies to focus on core activities.