Innovations in logistics help fight competition

Representatives of logistics companies are talking about their latest innovations that should improve their market position.

Logistics companies need more innovate services.Logistics companies need more innovate services. (Source: SME)

Today, innovations are a means to a better position in the competitive struggle, leading to higher entrepreneurial profits in all sectors of the economy. Similarly to the industry, the logistics market underlies the globalisation, and transport companies and warehouse owners have to innovate even more.

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The Slovak Spectator spoke with Dietmar Schmickl, managing director of the DB Schenker Slovakia logistics company; Petr Staněk, business unit director automotive at the DHL Exel Slovakia logistic company; Marek Cagala, area sales manager for Slovakia at the SSI Schaefer Systems International logistics company; and Peter Jánoši, director of the P3 industrial real estate developer for the Slovak market, about their latest innovations that should improve their market position.

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