Real-Time Visibility Trend Report 2022

Over 100 logistics professionals from the world’s biggest companies within the FMCG & retail, chemical, building materials, paper and packaging, logistics and various other industries, weighed in on our annual trend survey looking into the state of the Real-Time Visibility market.

Here, we have compiled the results to gauge the direction that real-time visibility is heading – and it seems to be growing more important by the day. But don’t just take our word for it, let the results speak for themselves
Chapters included
  1. 2021 — A history of disruptions. We open this report with all the obligatory references to Brexit, Covid and to the “new normals"
  2. Real-time visibility to the rescue. RTV data is crucial to overcome the challenges
  3. Why real-time visibility? 
    The majority of people feel it is very important to know the position and arrival time of shipment
  4. Resistance still persists. Not everyone is in a position to take the necessary leap into next-gen logistics
Chapters included
  1. 2021 — A history of disruptions. We open this report with all the obligatory references to Brexit, Covid and to the “new normals"
  2. Real-time visibility to the rescue. RTV data is crucial to overcome the challenges
  3. Why real-time visibility? 
    The majority of people feel it is very important to know the position and arrival time of shipment
  4. Resistance still persists. Not everyone is in a position to take the necessary leap into next-gen logistics

Expert input from industry names

Hermann Ude Chairman of Transporeon

We urgently need to educate our investment bodies in the value of reliable action oriented operational data –  yes, data itself has no value –  value is created when insight is turned into actions and that is proven for almost all respondents that implemented RTV!

Martijn Graat Supply chain trend watcher and founder at LogisticsMatter

The Sixfold survey tells us that over 82% of companies believe that knowing the real-time location of a shipment is very important,while at the same time only 31% of companies use real-timedata often. There is much to be gained.

Sergio Barbarino Vice Chairman of ALICE

The results of this survey are not surprising.At the foundation of any strategy there must be a metric to help you measure status, advancement and success. In supply chain management visibility is certainly the most basic metric that indeed underpins all of the fundamentals success criteria.

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