Three benefits of near sourcing your supply chain

Near-Sourcing is a term used to describe a business placing some of its operations close to where its end-products are going to be sold. This is the direct opposite of outsourcing, which has been the leading trend for manufacturers in

The future of freight

At this point, we all can agree that making predictions on the current state of the market can be very tricky. After the many disruptions in transportation and logistics over the past couple of years, we are better prepared to

Top 5 logistic challenges for the coming years

Driver Shortage Anywhere in the world, truck drivers have difficult and demanding jobs. With increased government regulations, companies tend to be more selective in recruitment. Candidate’s driving records are scrutinized for traffic violations or inspection discrepancies, lest it has a negative impact

How does weather affect the supply chain?

Climate change’s warmer temperatures and more frequent and severe extreme weather events, as well as the decreased availability of natural resources, will increase pressure on transportation companies to adapt to changing regulations and customer concerns, along with threats to assets

Noatum Logistics Türkiye celebrates 35 years!

The Noatum Logistics branch in Türkiye celebrates its 35th anniversary, an incredible milestone for both the Group and our colleagues in this country. For the commemoration of this day, we have prepared a short video with the assistance of our people in

ecommerce fuel crisis

Is your eCommerce business suffering the fuel crisis?

Here at Noatum, our values inspire us to put our customers at the centre of everything we do. Our business model operates from a unique high-level overview of the final-mile delivery sector. We continuously analyse the marketplace, seeking out improvements

Shanghai port

Congestion in Shanghai port rises to worrying levels

The events of the past couple of years, like the Suez Canal blockage and the quarantined ports of Asia, have affected the regular functioning of supply chains around the world, delaying schedules for loading and unloading cargo, causing a shortage