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Transport and Logistics

In the coming years we will see how digitisation will offer further development in the logistics and transport sector. We might be at a time where the speed of change and sustainability are two of the most important factors we need to combine over the coming years. We have several challenges ahead, such as energy efficiency, new means of transport and the combination of these to make life easier, the work-life balance in terms of saving on travel time, making our online shopping available in the shortest time possible, and enjoying full catalogues of home meals, just one click away through our electronic devices. 

GPS, route optimisation and traceability systems will make logistics operations more efficient.  

These challenges and many others will be achieved in the coming years thanks to technology, which allows for the digital transformation of current and future businesses and, above all, at a speed never before seen.

92% of end energy

is used by road transport

4.4% growth

in freight transport in 2019, totalling 1,472 billion tonnes

3.07% growth in passenger transport

in 2019, totalling 440,000 million passengers per km

Management of goods and people. Means of transport by land, air, sea and rail

Transport solves different problems in today’s society. Without it, we could not carry out many of the activities we undertake every day. We can classify transport in many ways, but if we focus on the most basic, we can do so from a what (freight and passengers) point of view. Furthermore, it is classified by how we transport it, i.e. the means of transport used (land, air, sea and rail). Each type has its own singularities, but they all have common features such as the need for an infrastructure and an asset to carry it out.

Value propositions in transport and logistics

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