The term “time” is very subjective and relative for each individual; precious to some, unimportant to some, but in our business, time is an extremely important factor.
The time we spend on a project, whether private or business, can seem like a very worthwhile investment or a big loss at a given moment.
However, when we talk about the time it takes to transport goods from point A to point B, things very often turn out significantly differently than we expected.
This is primarily the result of various, often unpredictable factors, but also the lack of correct and timely information on the basis of which we set our expectations.
For this reason, it is very important to know the factors that affect transit times when transporting goods, so that we have the right expectations at all times and so as not to allow a lack of information to produce negative effects.
This is especially true for collective transport of goods.
Collective transportation of goods is a type of transport that is most susceptible to oscillations in transport times.
Groupage is certainly a very important segment of logistics and as such allows companies to significantly optimize procurement, inventory and capital engagement. However, in groupage transport, transit time at certain moments can ruin our plans, if we are not aware of the real possibilities and if we are not prepared in advance for various risks.
In business, everything often revolves around risk management. For this reason, it is important to know the risks of groupage transport when it comes to transit time and to make more flexible plans based on these risks that will allow you to achieve your goals with the least possible risk exposure.