Digitalization sculpting global logistics

The question of what the future unfolds, to know the unknown and its possibilities to look for a new beginning, has always intrigued mankind. Today the journey continues, as newsfeeds and inboxes get flooded with stories of old technologies being shunned or upgraded and replaced with something new to achieve further milestones. Across organizations, businesses and industries, digital tools are technologies that are rapidly transforming processes and operations.

The past two years have seen a sea change in the logistics industry. In 2022, these changes progress further, with digitalization having a far-reaching impact on the growth of the sector. This era of logistics, post the pandemic, is based essentially on digitalization, more precisely on the automation of business logistics processes, and networking of devices and businesses with one another.
The aim of logistics is to simplify processes, increase efficiency, and stabilize global supply chains. Gartner, in its research, states that about 40% of the companies are making enhancements in supply chain flow, though this percentage would keep increasing till 2024. Gartner also mentions that 91% of businesses are engaged in some form of digital initiative, and 87% of senior business leaders believe digitalization is a priority. And 89% of all companies have already adopted a digital-first business strategy or are planning to do so.

Where logistics meet digitalization

Multichannel logistics and technologies like Big Data have influenced logistics to a large and growing extent already. There are numerous and varied technologies that would affect logistics in terms of processes, mobility, warehousing and security. 
This is where giant players like Allcargo Group come in, with nearly three decades of experience and global leadership in LCL consolidation, offering seamless logistics across a network of 180 countries and perfecting the art of providing digitally-enabled solutions tailored to customers’ specific global and domestic supply chain requirements.

End-to-End visibility

End-to-end visibility enables dynamic routing, and through permanent data sharing, it is possible to avoid upcoming delays through route optimization. 
This saves time and helps mitigate the impact of disruptions and maritime bottlenecks caused by port congestions or blank sailings.
Receiving constant updates on the route and the Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA), shippers, and forwarders can re-route the shipment to ensure on-time delivery and customer satisfaction.

Globalization and diversification of supply chains

With globalization riding the tide, geographical boundaries are getting blurred as good transport networking has closely interconnected and moved goods across all continents. 
Global integration has resulted in the interdependence of supply chains, in logistics. In order to build resilience and stability within the supply chains inspite of this interdependence, businesses are looking at diversifying them and exploring manufacturing and distribution in different growing economies of the world. 
Logistics giants like Allcargo Group are in a position of strength as they have a number of proprietary digital tools like ECU360 that offer instant quotes, quick bookings, and a plethora of features for door-to-door deliveries in more than 50 global markets. 

Digitization and Blockchain

Blockchain is one of the greatest achievements of the digital era. 
An end-to-end solution ensures more efficiency in operations. With a decentralized public ledger system, it allows for the community ownership of data, including the records being immutable without explicit approval from all the stakeholders included in the network. It helps in reducing the bottlenecks and clerical order, as smart contracts would increase transparency.
In order to leverage Blockchain technology, digitalization is the only key. 
Coupled with big data and artificial intelligence, Blockchain can build on extraordinary gains in the terms of supply chain interoperability.

Networking for logistics automation

Data is indispensable for logistics and has become increasingly important as the volume of data increases. With every new software and smarter hardware, more and more data can be collected and exchanged with each other. 
Besides optimizing risk management, networking contributes to creating transparency along the supply chain network and provides all companies involved with detailed information about the status of the shipment. 

Data Analytics

The right data usage would impact the workflows within the company, improve operations, and create the foundation for the implementation of Blockchain and interoperability. 
This access is not only for all team members but also for different software that analyses data and helps optimize internal and external processes. 
The right data usage would impact the workflows within the company, improve operations, and create the foundation for a successful digital transformation.

Multichannel logistics

With numerous challenges to meet in the logistics business, and constantly increasing customer expectations, businesses are looking to mitigate the impact of disruptions.
To keep cargo moving, safely and on time, freight is being transported through road, water, rail, air, or an optimal mix of them all. 


With new innovations that have made their way into the logistics industry, even when enhanced by new technologies, there is always scope for further development. To empower businesses and dodge challenges, Allcargo Group proves its mettle as a reliable partner offering digitally-enabled, end-to-end logistics solutions that deliver excellence.