Transport logistics
Transport logistics is a systematic approach to organizing the movement of material assets from one point to another by an optimal route and in order to minimize costs. The concept of transport logistics is closely related to customs logistics, stock logistics, warehouse logistics and information logistics.
Materials on topic
29 publications
Types of materials
Period
Report
01.27.2021
Report
01.27.2021
Climate Action Pays Off in Transportation and Logistics

T&L companies that are pursuing tangible plans to reduce emissions have generated superior total shareholder return, according to BCG analysis. But to ensure economic sustainability, T&L players should move quickly to incorporate environmental sustainability into their business model and long-term strategies

Report
12.11.2020
Report
12.11.2020
2020 Report on Combined Transport in Europe
UIC published the eighth report providing a comprehensive overview of the current situation of combined transport in Europe in 2020 in collaboration with the International Union for Road-Rail Combined Transport (UIRR).
International Union of Railways
Article
12.08.2020
Eurasian Railway Breakthrough

The considerable increase in China-Europe railway shipping volumes has positively influenced the development of the entire Russian transport system over the past few years. Enhancing Russia’s transport and transit potential will increase the revenue of manufacturing/processing companies, the budget and the income of employees and have major geopolitical implications

Report
11.03.2020
Report
11.03.2020
Global Freight Flows After COVID-19: What’s Next?

COVID-19 will likely affect trade more profoundly than any other recent crisis. The extent of the disruption will vary by commodity, trade lane, and mode of transport, and it will be steered by local differences in the crisis’s severity