Given the fast-moving nature of the supply chain, improved performance is essential for organizations to trade smoothly across regional and international borders.
At Enide we solve challenges based on our advanced knowledge of data and technology. Strong collaboration with all partners in the supply chain drives our success. Working with SMEs, multinationals, universities and research institutes, we help companies manage the flow of goods, predict demand and ensure the early detection of incidents and opportunities.
Thanks to our solid technology background as well as our understanding of the key challenges in the sector, we have the expertise needed to help you improve management and operations in logistics.
Here are some examples of our most recent projects:
Clusters 2.0 is a logistics project based on three pillars: co-ordination, connectivity and openness. It will use an open network of logistic clusters, supporting local, regional and European development, while keeping neutral local impacts such as congestion, noise, land use and local pollution levels. The aim is to achieve a sustainable, efficient and fully integrated transport system.
LogiCon delivers connectivity as well as web and mobile applications for information exchange and management in the transportation chain among collaborating companies.
Collaborating with EUROSKY, a research project partly-funded by the European Commission to develop a single European secure air-cargo space. We’re also one of more than 60 European institutions involved in the flagship COREproject that aims to protect and secure the global supply chain.
As a way of exchanging knowledge and strengthening our own expertise, we play an active role in the main associations and forums of the sector.
…Closely collaborating with international associations such as Clecat, the European association for forwarding, transport, logistics and customs services and PostEurop, the association of European public postal operators.
…A member of various logistics associations in Spain including Logistop, a Spanish forum for stakeholders in the fields of logistics (as part of the steering committee), and BarcelonaTech, an association that aims to stimulate Barcelona’s growing tech sector, which has a turnover of €6 billion annually.
Who works with us?
In logistics, we collaborate with multinational organizations such as Procter & Gamble, DHL and Carreras to improve efficiency in the supply chain.