Gartner’s latest logistics trends

Gartner’s latest logistics trends

More than 60 per cent of surveyed companies view logistics as non-strategic, yet expectations for near-perfect performance are placing increasing stress on global logistics organisations, according to research and advisory firm Gartner Inc.

Gartner has published four predictions expected to affect global logistics organisations over the next four years, covering environmental issues, risk and compliance, international flow optimisation and supply chain execution convergence. These predictions will affect most logistics organisations, however, the impact will depend on how prepared they are to adapt to these events, Gartner analysts said.

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