Logistics faces a year that is more uncertain than ever: who may be the winners and losers of 2023

Posted January 03, 2023 at 11:01 am

Despite the enormous difficulties, the sector has been able to respond and live up to it. "At an operational level, this year's assessment is extremely satisfying," says Francisco Aranda, president of UNO logistics, in statements to Business Insider Spain. "Faced with the numerous problems that have arisen and that no one anticipated, logistics has known how to replan and work so that the final consumer practically did not notice those tension problems that existed throughout the supply chain," he explains. “From a business point of view, it is a somewhat complicated time because there has been a very significant reduction in demand and that affects the income statement,” he adds. For his part, Zubialde points out that in the vast world of logistics —a sector that ranges from the maritime transport of goods to the Amazon package that arrives at your doorstep— the balance will be more or less positive depending on how who ask

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