The logistics field is changing rapidly, and there's plenty that can be done by individual companies to make sure they're positioned to succeed.
There are many areas where logistics firms can invest to boost productivity and get a higher return on investment, and choosing the right ones is vital.
The logistics industry continues to gather momentum, but experts believe there are still some hurdles that need to be overcome.
Both manufacturers and logistics companies are increasingly interested in new ways of boosting efficiency across multiple areas of their operations.
More logistics devices connected to the internet of things can be a boon for companies, but they must also maintain a stronger cybersecurity posture.
With e-commerce becoming a massive force for just about everyone in the logistics industry, trickling down from major players to even the smallest companies in the field, it's vital for everyone to keep up with the latest supply chain trends.
With so many logistics companies looking for just about any edge they can get to boost efficiency, it's no surprise the industry is becoming more aggressive about adopting the latest technology.
Within the logistics industry, the internet of things seems to be here to stay, as companies continue to invest in technology that allows them to learn more about their operations.
Over the past few years, logistics firms have figured out how to operate efficiently thanks to new and increasingly affordable technology.
The modern warehouse is evolving at a rapid pace, and at this point many experts predict that the speed with which logistics companies adopt new technology is only likely to continue growing.