The World Trade Organization (WTO) lowered its forecast for global trade growth to 3.9% in 2018 and 3.7% in 2019. (The WTO expected 4.4% growth in global trade by the end of 2018 and 4% in 2019). The growth rates slow down significantly over 2017 (4.7%).
So, how to make logistics processes involving air transportation predictable and easy to plan? Experts of Air Transportation Department of TELS Group of Companies share their experience.
Project transportation is the delivery of such types of cargoes as production lines, large consignments of equipment, plants, etc., as well as transportation of bulky and heavy cargoes implying thorough analysis of the route and possible engineering intervention in road infrastructure.The professional experience of TELS Group of Companies includes a large number of different logistics projects. We would like to share with you the details of a project transportation case.
Specialists of TELS Group of companies are accustomed to fulfilling non-routine tasks requiring cargo transportation by air. We would like to share a case when transporting itself is the least difficult task of all the tasks requiring urgent solution.
The logistics community has been discussing the shortage of professional drivers for quite a long time. The recent statistics figures show that the current situation is not just a temporary difficulty but a developing negative trend.
Evgeny Deshchenej, Head of the Department of multimodal transportations of TELS Group of Companies, shares his view on the container shipping market and rate trends expected in the new year.
A lot of cases have been published on the web-site of TELS Group of Companies in the last year. The cases bring into focus the results of our employees’ work involving preparation and optimization of logistics schemes for clients. I can take the liberty to say that a creative approach in the work of logistics managers is one of the key competencies today allowing to cope with the assigned tasks successfully.
TELS Group of Companies provides comprehensive services for international freight transportation by all modes. Experts have been sharing their experience in transport logistics for 16 years following up important events and giving their comments, analyzing the TLS market, making forecasts of its development.
Against the rapid post-crisis growth of the freight transportation market in 2017, forwarding companies are facing the shortage of international transport, which resulted from the reduction in the truck fleet during the years of crisis. An obvious lack of transportation capacity is especially noticeable when arranging deliveries from distant regions of Europe to the countries of the EEU.
In November 2017, TELS Group of companies participated as an exhibitor at TransPoland exhibition in Warsaw. This year the exhibition gathered 190 exhibitors and more than 6000 participants from 34 countries. TELS Group of companies shares the “outward” view on a number of features of the current state and development trends of the European transport and logistics services market (TLS).
Case. Scheme of Uninterrupted Delivery of Edible Fats against Short-Term Production Requirements Planning
In order to minimize the costs of raw materials storage, our Customers often come with the idea of connecting production and logistics in a way to provide the delivery of raw materials in the required volumes meeting the deadlines. The service is quite common in TELS market, but things becomes more complicated when raw materials require certain conditions of transportation and the delivery is performed against short-term production requirements planning.