Feature, Freight News, Logistics

Ekol moves to a new level

[ April 25, 2017   //   ]

Turkish-owned Ekol has unveiled a Logistics 4.0 strategy  which, it says,will revolutionise the traditional business model. It promised more integrated, interconnected, and innovative solutions for its customers

It has also revamped its corporate identity.

At a meeting to unveil the new strategy chairman Ahmet Musul said: “Industry 4.0 offers limitless opportunities for the logistics industry as it is involved in every process from the first manufacturer to the final consumer. There has been a transformation in the seven ‘rights’ of logistics: supplying the right product with the right amount, in the right way, at the right time, from the right source, on the right path, with the right price.”

Ekol has distribution centers in Turkey, Germany, Italy, Greece, France, Ukraine, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Romania, Hungary, Spain, Poland, Czechia, Bulgaria, Iran and Slovenia and operates six ro ro vessels, 48 block trains per week and 5,500 vehicles.