An industry in flux
In recent years the transport and logistics industry has become increasingly complex. Logistics challenges are becoming an increasingly strategic issue on management's agenda, whilst the industry is at the same time undergoing a major transition in terms of ability to understand the new challenges of the flow chain – something that means totally new strategic choices. Companies have to be able to implement and manage these strategic changes, whilst retaining delivery reliability and control.
Sustainability, ethics and skills, as well as the effects of changes within the global economy, trade and digitalisation, have to be seen from fresh standpoints. It is also becoming increasingly important to have good management and a high level of preparedness in the face of security issues and cyber threats in this changing world. Good governance and control on the basis of set business goals will be crucial to competitiveness and continued growth.
▶ Flexible business planning and management by objectives
Quickly being able to adjust the strategy and implement it
▶ Risk management
Proactively manage risks so as to avoid problems and attain goals
▶ Information security/cybersecurity
Ensure that the information security work is appropriate
▶ Sustainable and efficient delivery flows
Sustainable delivery strategy for sustainable deliveries
▶ Internal control
Ensure good internal governance and control for increased flexibility
Adherence to regulations and achieving transparency/attainment of prerequisites within the dynamic organisation (new organisation, M&A etc.)