Dr. Christian Schnöbel
The logistics industry is and will continue to be a dynamic growth field. For example, the coronavirus pandemic has led to strong growth in parcel volumes – particularly for B2C business – and to increasing sea freight volumes in global trade. Logistics companies must proactively meet a wide range of challenges in order to remain competitive in the long term. These challenges include latent pressure on margins, increasing demand for sustainable transport solutions, changing customer requirements, digitalization, and automation, as well as a shortage of skilled workers. Our experts will support you in proactively responding to changes in the logistics market and establishing competitive cost structures and processes.
More than ever before, logistics service providers today need to be competitive and they must align their strategic, structural and cultural levers accordingly. The pandemic has shown how system-relevant a functioning supply chain is. Climate protection, hygiene rules, changed demand behavior due to digital working models, innovative mobility concepts and the logistical requirements of shippers and freight forwarders in rail freight transport must also be taken into account in strategic, structural and cultural requirements and processes. Our experienced teams offer cross-functional expertise in the logistics industry – from strategic issues to operational and sustainable implementation in process and structural optimizations and the resulting IT adaptations in the individual business units.
Having conducted a large number of projects with logistics service providers, we are very familiar with the challenges facing the industry and can offer you proven solutions. Together we develop concrete initiatives and measures that we support from concept phase to implementation. We are always up to date with the following current topics in the logistics industry: