The rapidly changing global economic environment spurs the need to redefine processes in businesses and societies to adapt to new production, technology and security trends.
2017 has been a great year for online service companies like Amazon, Airbnb and Uber, who have become stronger than the companies offering the same services offline. These changes were made possible thanks to the continued growth of Internet of Things (IoT) technology that has led to other types of companies being created and trade expanding into new local and global horizons.
Public and private organizations would do well to pay special attention to the new challenges that these changes pose to the business of logistics, since it plays a key role in ensuring operators’ viable response to demand.
On the one hand, logistics aims to add value to products at the lowest possible cost and helps to optimise internal processes of entities by analysing and improving the organisational chain and transport thereof.
On the other hand, macrologistics seeks to optimise the use of territorial infrastructure (states, cities, regions) integrating production centres with consumption centres through the creation or improvement of regional logistics nodes.
At everis Ingeniería we are moving towards sustainable and safe mobility, adopting a comprehensive and intelligent approach to managing transportation and logistics. To this end, we have an area geared toward consulting and engineering management services in these fields, applied to both public and private organisations, which operates around three main areas: mobility management and strategies, road safety and sustainability.
Moreover, we propose measures aimed at increasing the quality, service level and efficiency of mobility through the adoption of Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) and we advise our clients on issues related to freight, port logistics, development of logistics platforms, territorial logistics and strategic consulting.