As global flow of goods and people is today more important than ever, each business in the sector has its unique challenges when dealing with globalization, environmental change and digitalization to grow a sustainable business.
The Transportation, Shipping & Logistics industries have a growing importance in today's connected world of global markets. As digital solutions enable instant information flow, technologies such as digital twins and cloud-based transportation management systems are making operations more fluent. At the same time, for instance new fuel alternatives are being considered as a solution for reducing the environmental impact of the physical flow of goods. Furthermore, people-focused transportation companies are transforming their customer experience with the help of digital solutions.
With such challenges and opportunities, leaders in the sector need a strong substance from logistics, appreciation for ESG demands and a keen interest in understanding how to transform their business to capitalize on new technologies, digitalization and vertical integrations.
Amrop's global Transportation, Shipping & Logistics Practice combines deep local market experience with its understanding of global trends and the expectations they set on leaders in the industry.
In Finland Amrop has been working especially with leading companies in the logistics and maritime sectors as well as in supply chain as a function, building broad experience and strong networks in goods, people and information flow.
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Covid-19 An Industrial Evolution?
Interview with Chris Connor, CEO of The American Association of Port Authorities
Shipping and trade has experienced an unprecedented shockwave but the prospects for a bounceback are good, says Connor, thanks to his industry’s pragmatic, problem-solving DNA.
Leadership Lessons From Travel & Tourism
If few sectors have had an easy voyage through the pandemic, tourism has been at the sharp end, even as green shoots of recovery emerge. What can we learn from its leaders? If diamonds form under pressure, what is being mined at the present time?
Global shipping practice launch for the Amrop Partnership
Amrop launches a centre of excellence dedicated to search and leadership for maritime sector. Headquartered in Copenhagen and Singapore – two of the world’s key shipping centres, the practice will also have consultants based in the hubs of Amsterdam, Hamburg, Hong Kong and Oslo.