Transportation & logistics 2030 series

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Transportation & Logistics 2030 (T&L 2030) is a series of publications that address these questions. Our objective is to develop insightful future scenarios about the development of the industry up to the year 2030.

Transportation & Logistics 2030 - Volume 4: Securing the supply chain

Transportation & Logistics 2030 represents a series of Delphi studies on the future of the industry. The fourth volume of the T&L 2030 series is a multi-faceted analysis of supply chain security and its impact on global supply chains as well as how global transportation & logistics companies will operate in the future.

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Transportation & Logistics 2030 - Volume 3: Emerging Markets – New hubs, new spokes, new industry leaders?

PricewaterhouseCoopers, in cooperation with the Supply Chain Management Institute of the EBS Business School, recently conducted a RealTime Delphi survey of 90 panellists in 28 countries. Our latest publication "Transportation & Logistics 2030 Volume 3: Emerging Markets – new hubs, new spokes, new industry leaders?" draws upon the results of this survey.

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Transportation & Logistics 2030 - Volume 1: How will supply chains evolve in an energy-constrained, low-carbon world?

The first volume of our T&L 2030 series entitled "How will supply chains evolve in an energy-constrained, low-carbon world?" provides a global perspective on the ramifications of energy scarcity and how it is set to reshape the industry.

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Julian Smith
Global transportation & logistics leader
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Peter Kauschke
T&L 2030 Programme director
Tel: +49 211 981-2167
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