Urban Logistics and its Sustainability

By 2050, 70% of the world's population is expected to be living and working in urban areas. The rapid rate of urbanisation is pushing logistics service providers to up their game in order to fulfil deliveries to customers in these congested conditions, at any location at any time.

By 2050, 70% of the world's population is expected to be living and working in urban areas. The rapid rate of urbanisation is pushing logistics service providers to up their game in order to fulfil deliveries to customers in these congested conditions, at any location at any time. This phenomena compels logistics companies to be better at enabling retail, eCommerce, parcel and delivery businesses to work end-to-end perfectly. Furthermore, this solution needs to be sustainable in the long run.


Do you aggregate your distribution or use any new models for collaborative logistics to tackle challenges that come with urban deliveries? Are you ready to tap on a ‘sharing model' to optimise logistics resources and eliminate inefficiencies?

Showcase your capabilities at LMFAsia 2018. Be the answer to in-store retailers and eMarketplaces looking to solve their logistics and delivery problems in the urban areas.

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