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PROFESSIONAL PROFILES AT A FREIGHT FORWARDER

At Transped, we bring together a wide variety of experts in the logistics sector. The professional profiles of the Transped team are as diverse as our activities. Learn about the top jobs and their responsibilities in a freight forwarder like Transped! As a freight forwarder, we carry out different services in the national and international

SPECIALIZED TRAINING IN LOGISTICS

A very high percentage of employees in logistics seek to improve their positions within the sector. For companies, managing their talent pool through career plans and specialized training is essential not only for staff motivation but also for productivity growth. The logistics sector requires more and more workers with specialized training. Read more here. The

CARGO PORTS IN THE WORLD

According to the International Chamber of Shipping, around 90% of international trade is carried out through maritime transport. We have chosen four cargo ports to start a trip around the world and learn about the characteristics of each. They are not the largest nor the most famous, however, they play an essential role in the

2021-07-27T12:02:26+02:0012 August, 2021|Maritime Transport|

SUSTAINABILITY TRENDS IN LOGISTICS

At Transped, we closely follow all the transport sector trends with a clear goal: zero CO2 emissions by 2030. Here are some of the most promising developments that can revolutionize logistics and contribute to a more sustainable and respectful future for our planet. The environmental commitment in the logistics sector is a reality. 81% of

FOR SUSTAINABLE LOGISTICS

At Transped, we are committed to sustainable transport that reduces CO2 emissions and other polluting gases. Climate change and environmental degradation is a reality that the European Union wants to address with the Green Deal, a strategic plan to transform environmental challenges into a new opportunity for the whole of Europe. Two of the main

2021-02-15T12:57:25+01:0015 February, 2021|Land Transport, Maritime Transport, Sustainable Transport|