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From the outset, Interlog has built its model on a positioning that is deliberately different from the major logistics integrators. Starting from the principle that transport is and will always be the only physical function that will continue between the consumer and his supplier, Interlog has decided to be an “information logistician”, without trucks or warehouses, but with a double asset; transport expertise and data control.
This singular positioning twenty years ago, takes on its full meaning today. As a true operational interface between the shipper and the various players in the supply chain, Interlog can both conduct calls for tenders, monitor the market, select the appropriate service providers, ensure compliance with contractual and financial commitments, but also adapt quickly to market developments and react to regulatory and geopolitical requirements or even to the sustainable development commitments of companies.
THE SUCCESS OF INTERLOG: THE INFORMATION SUPPLY CHAIN PROVIDER
Data control above all. From the outset, the group has invested in information management. To be able to integrate millions of data from different systems, multiple countries, from all modes, in different languages and practices to make it a single ecosystem. This “start-up” spirit around data has allowed it to attract many talents from information systems, outside the traditional circle of the world of transport.
An inter-operability that allows the group’s solutions to interface easily while remaining flexible and responsive. Interlog solutions are designed to integrate into a new environment, without its specificities being a constraint.
The standardization of information systems, while offering a very extensive configuration, makes it possible to make the proposed solutions very competitive.