Freight forwarding post-digitisation: how to succeed

October 17, 2019 Alex Lennane

The adoption of online quoting and booking platforms by freight forwarders is becoming more mainstream by the day. The promise of increased efficiencies to free up the workforce to focus on other value-add tasks is a compelling argument.
But how do you go about this in practise? As old patterns of work are rendered obsolete how should freight forwarders plot the development of their companies and their industry?
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