Companies that provide transportation management services are central to the automotive industry in Europe.
The unforeseen shoot of COVID-19 made companies suffer unanticipated disruptions, and the business tycoons were substantially seen dealing with supply chain interruption due to the outbreak. The conflict in Ukraine further exacerbated the difficulties. Energy costs and inflation, raw material shortages, transportation problems, and labor shortages were all the byproducts of compounding the supply shock. Here are the top 4 European logistics and supply chain trends likely to be seen in the upcoming year.
The logistics industry is poised for continued growth in Europe over the next few years thanks to trends like e-commerce expansion and increased automation efficiency—but this growth won’t come without challenges, like how best to protect workers in the gig economy. So keep an eye on these trends so you can be prepared for whatever changes come your way.