Digitalized logistics can avert the global food crisis

by Marketing Team / Monday, 24 December 2018 / Published in Logistics, Marketplace
Digitalized logistics can avert the global food crisis

A staggering 30% of temperature-sensitive products are wasted annually due to unavailability of real-time monitoring, transit inefficiencies, inadequate vehicles and inept transfer of goods. To overcome the losses resulting from a lack of coordination and the absence of reliable logistics, a digitalized information hub is essential to the shipping industry. Logistics providers need to bridge the gap between food manufacturers, suppliers, and consumers through seamless and end-to-end visibility throughout the supply chain. But can this be achieved? And if so, can technology decipher the supply chain conundrum?

CEO HashMove, Sarfaraz Alam writes about how the global logistics industry needs a digital one-stop-shop to thwart challenges associated with a disjointed supply chain. Read his latest blog titled “Food Crisis: A problem of logistics, not production” published on Al Arabiya:

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