We regularly share updates about the transport and logistics industry, and the transforming role of digitalization across the supply chain. We monitor for influences and evolved business processes and share insights about what we can expect in the future.

Digital logistics – traditional logistics made easier, cheaper and more efficient

From the outside it may appear that a digital logistics company isn’t that much different from a traditional logistics provider: they both enable transportation of goods. But if we look a little closer, the fact of the matter is the difference that going digital makes for both cargo owners and logistics providers can be vast.

Digital Freight – full steam ahead to the future of logistics

Digital Freight Platforms may soon make ordering and scheduling your next shipment as easy as ordering a takeaway pizza.

From high to higher to record-breaking – when will the price surge of international container shipping rates end?

It’s safe to say that these days, cargo shipping rates are anything but even-keeled. With seemingly no end in sight, container freight rates are instead increasing to levels few in the industry could have imagined just a few months ago. Now the question everyone, from cargo owners to exporters to logistics providers, is asking: how long will this last?

Adnavem launches Frankfurt headquarters to take on $262 billion market

With the shipping industry in turmoil, Swedish Logtech innovator Adnavem goes against the stream and establishes new regional headquarters in Germany in June. Adnavem is the world's first fully automated multimodal logistics platform, offering digital collaboration between cargo owners and logistics providers. With the new office, the company is set to take a leadership role in the growing $262 billion container freight industry.

A billion reasons to gain control over your freight routes

As if the world did not have enough problems, on March 25 one of the world's largest container vessels ran aground in the Suez Canal. The gigantic Ever Given, from shipping company Evergreen, and loaded with nearly 20,000 containers, blocked all traffic through one of the world's most important waterways. During the six days Ever Given was stuck, more than 400 ships were waiting to pass through.

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