The tremendous increase in demand experienced by the passenger transportation industry in the last few years, along with growing mobility requirements, have been accompanied by a greater demand for quality client services. This situation, together with deregulation initiatives, the advent of new market players and new financing and infrastructure management models have caused a significant shift of priorities in this business sector.
The significant increase in activity experienced by the merchandise transport industry has often been driven by new business models such as the increase in B2C activity, the geographic distribution of company value chains – motivated by market globalization- and the pressing need for operational efficiency improvement have forced companies to develop and implement new intermodal transportation models and make sizeable investments in infrastructure.
Furthermore, the transportation sector is one of the biggest consumers of energy –approximately 30% within the EEC– and this has obliged sector players to integrate sustainability into both their business practices and models. everis is well aware of both this reality and its ramifications. Thus, we offer our clients the answers they need in order to achieve success within the transportation and logistics industry in the face of the significant shift in priorities that has occurred.