Optimal logistics management is one of the most important marketing levers for companies in each supply chain.
This is why an infrastructure network, that can transport goods quickly over the territory, is one of the main competitive factors of a national economic system.
Planning a logistics system means anticipating the economic dynamics that determine the request for the transport of goods, making strategic decisions on the basis of these analyses for the development of an infrastructure network, while protecting social and environmental sustainability at the same time.
Favouring the potential of intermodal transport, on which modern logistics is based, means optimising integration between different infrastructural networks: waterways, railways, road connections. It means planning integrated platforms for managing goods in the critical system hubs: ports, airports, interports.
Designing a logistics system requires the ability to use the System Approach, that can understand all the necessary requirements and maximise the benefits for collectivity.
Strategic transport planning
Goods movement flow analysis and forecasting
Transport network modelling
Economic/financial evaluations and Cost-Benefit Analyses
Communication with stakeholders
Minimisation of environmental impact
Energy efficiency and environmental sustainability