Long characterized by capital-intensive assets, forward-looking cargo enterprise companies are turning their attention to the data that comes from their own assets and infrastructure as well as from their customers. It is a complex transition, one that requires knowledge-based labor, automation, and predictive planning to turn transportation companies into digital platforms.

The demands of running global supply chains can be unrelenting – the perfection of operations, innovation in support of last-mile delivery, and assurances of sustainability in the pursuit of delivering the “perfect order” as promised.

The industry’s evolution will accelerate over the next eight to ten years, as long haul enterprise companies and capacity consolidate, interconnect agreements and related enabling technology to propagate, and services diversify across all modes of transportation and become managed by a global network of logistics providers.

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