Compliance is a huge part of providing logistics services. Whether customs, phytosanitary, or Scope 3, there is a seemingly never-ending list of compliance scenarios that you need to deal with. The good news is that most of these situations can be handled by making your logistics data actionable, and adapting your tech and processes to the ever changing compliance rules.
With regions like the EU and California fast accelerating the deployment of Scope 3 and other sustainability rule sets, your data will take centerstage. How you approach Scope 3 today will determine if your data becomes a competitive advantage, or the reason you lose business as prospects look to become, and remain, Scope 3 compliant.
Your logistics data doesn’t only have operational advantages. By consolidating data from all your systems and harnessing new data such as Scope 3 emissions related raw data, you will be able to look back on a month, a quarter, a year, and make strategic decisions for the future. Which carrier was always late? Which broker caused the most fines? Which port was the worst performer causing D&D fees? Your customers will love you for it.