Logistics and transport activities comprise a system that links production with markets separated in time and space.

It has developed to become a competitive advantage for businesses, not only for its unifying and multifunctional nature, but also for its strategic planning and management.

Internationally speaking, these issues are of paramount importance.

The differences in markets, work centres, regulatory frameworks, customs operational capacity, infrastructures, as well as the high level of fragmentation and the associated costs, require advanced and innovative knowledge to make use of competitive advantages arising from changing circumstances.