The problem is simply stated. The European Commission reports that while road freight represents just 3% of vehicles, they account for 29% of road derived emissions. Consisting of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, but also pollutants such as oxides of nitrogen and particulates. Exhaust emissions aren’t the only issues either. Fuel spills, tyre ‘crumb’, accidents, noise & vibration, congestion, infrastructure degradation… It all has a real impact on the health and well-being of people and the environment. Whether at local, regional or higher level it still says nothing of future ‘climate change’. Download our latest whitepaper, to learn what you can do today to start improving your sustainability profile.
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Road freight prices across Europe rose to their highest level in over a decade in the last quarter of 2017, according to the Transport Market Monitor from Capgemini and Transporeon. With continuing economic growth, that in itself is hardly surprising – more worrying however, is that road freight capacity was over 23% lower than in the same quarter of 2016.
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Are you ready for the Digital Transformation? The ‘Digitalisation’ of freight matching will fundamentally change the way the transport industry works, for carriers, shippers and customers. Freight digitalisation takes a completely fresh approach that capitalises on highly automated algorithms, rather than trying to cope with weaknesses of human interactions. This Whitepaper explains how the automation…
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