Training is Deeply Ingrained in the DNA of the Transport Exchange Group

By James Gordon Tailor-made training is helping freight exchange platform members to deliver greater efficiency  As our cities grow, collaborative freight exchange platforms, where operators use real-time virtual fleets to consolidate loads and reduce empty miles, will play an even greater role in the future in helping operators to strive for the most efficient total fleet […]

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How Surge Pricing Could Impact the Freight Industry

By James Gordon Let me begin this blog with a question. What’s the connection between dynamic pricing and freight exchange platforms? At first glance, it may seem an incongruous pairing, but in reality the two are inextricably linked as this feature seeks to demonstrate. Take surge pricing for example. While you may not be familiar with […]

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Can Investment Alone Repair Britain’s Ailing Road Infrastructure?

By James Gordon It has the most gridlocked road network in western Europe, and according to Inrix, a transportation analytics company, by 2025 congestion will cost the economy a whopping UK£61.8 billion – that’s nearly 20 billion pounds more than in Germany which sits in second place, and triple the amount that Italy will lose in […]

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How Collaboration Is the Fight to Reduce Emissions

By James Gordon They are responsible for approximately 17 percent of greenhouse gas emissions and close to 21 percent of N0x emissions emanating from road transport, but astonishingly figures published by the Department for Transport earlier this year, also reveal that Heavy Goods vehicles (HGVs) account for just five percent of all miles undertaken by road […]

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