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The future of moving goods: July 2019

The future of moving goods: July 2019

The opportunity for new mobility solutions to transform the moving goods industry.

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Associate Director, Mobility 2030 – Deal Advisory

KPMG Accountants B.V

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KPMG recently convened a discussion on the future of moving goods, attended by a variety of senior industry figures from OEMs, energy and power companies, transport authorities, logistics players and others. KPMG presented some of its thinking and predictions, which was followed by a wide-ranging discussion.

Rapidly emerging developments in mobility technologies, including the rise of electric vehicles and alternative fuels, as well as connected and autonomous vehicles, allied with the spread of smart AI capabilities, mean the mobility landscape is set for momentous change in the coming years.

Most commonly, attention often focuses on passenger vehicles and the movement of people. However, it is perhaps the movement of goods between businesses and to consumers that is most ripe for disruption and change. In particular the cost, efficiency and utilisation benefits from new mobility solutions will provide a powerful incentive for commercial operators to embrace them.

To find out more, download our ‘The future of moving goods: 4 July 2019’ report.

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