Author: logifint

Interview with J.C. Fransoo, Professor of Operations Management and Logistics Professor J.C. Fransoo is Professor of Operations Management and Logistics in the School of Industrial Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology. In 2009 he co-founded Dinalog (the Dutch Institute for Advanced Logistics), which aims to make...

Calling all innovative Logistics companies to discover business opportunities in Fintech! Friday the 8th of September, Holland FinTech will be hosting a meetup, part of the Logistics & Fintech program, to enable innovators from logistics to get access to latest developments in technology and financial solutions....

Ecosystem fintech and logistics accelerates innovation. In the truly inspiring world we are living, innovation is affecting all levels of society. For firms in sectors such as finance and logistics, new technology has caused radical changes in their business models. The efficient management of goods (logistics)...

The logistics sector is known for its problem-solving mode. Thinking in solutions is core business, together with room for flexibility and client service at a high level. Over the last years, the demand on this service has never been so high, with next-day-delivery turning into...

Last week, the 7th of June, we held our third Logistics and FinTech Meetup in Rotterdam at the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship (ECE). The Meetup was a great success, with the attendants listening to some of our members pitching their exciting new ideas and products. The...

Innovations in Insurtech help shippers and logistics service providers to manage risk of disturbing logistics processes. By unlocking and analysing operational data, Insurtech can reveal risks like theft, accidents and damage for individual companies, processes, lanes or even individual drivers. The attendees of the round table Insurtech & Logistics see that...

Logistics is a world full of diversity. It involves many stakeholders, who are having lots of different interests. Shippers want to have their goods transported securely while forwarders require speed. Global carriers want full loads in their means of transport and agents want information to...