Maritime Challenges

Organizations face a number of challenges when it comes to optimizing maritime logistics processes.

NO. 1

As an organization, are we engaged in the right activities and do we have the right focus for optimal profitability? This is the question that many organizations face. How can you set your course optimally as an organization?

To do this, you need to establish a relationship between your organization's revenues and expenses. This may, for example, be at the level of the customer, commodity, activity and place.

NO. 2

Many companies fail to have data available beforehand, during and/or afterwards to direct or adjust the process.

To be in control, automated processes are necessary. The business rules are implemented in the processes, leading to correct data. These data can then be used to make difficult financial and operational decisions, improving the profitability of your business.

NO. 3

As a company, you want the ability to be flexible and agile so you can respond to customer wants & needs quickly. This is difficult for many organizations.

With changes in the global economy and emerging opportunities or threats in the market, there is a growing need for a flexible system that can be used to design business processes intelligently and make the organization versatile.

NO. 4

Many local and international organizations work with different roles, each with its own objectives, processes and applications. At the same time, tailored business processes are essential to achieve maximum results.

Designing smarter and more efficient business processes and consolidating them within a single application makes processes more transparent, simpler and more efficient. This leads to higher productivity as the staff can focus on higher priority activities.

NO. 5
Data quality

Companies want to make financial and operational decisions based on thorough data analysis. Decisions become more effective when driven by data analytics.

Good automated processes ensure that timely, accurate and complete data is recorded at the source. In this way, staff need to spend less time reconciling information.

NO. 6

Customers need insight & data. A self-service logistics system ensures better visibility & transparency of services. Insight leads to better customer satisfaction and loyalty. This leads to efficiency benefits and a win-win situation for both parties.

Recognize these challenges?

Feel free to contact us for more information or an appointment with no obligation.

contact us
Flex Maritime Logistics at RMS

For this case study, we spoke with Ria Watson (Project Manager) and Craig Hodgson (Group Commercial Director) from RMS Group about their experiences with Ultimate Maritime Logistics and their implementation of the Flex Maritime Logistics.

Aarhus Havn
Our approach

With the short lines of communication within our organization, we guarantee an appropriate, professional and fast solution and are available to you 24/7. We proactively contribute ideas and will do everything to ensure the continuity of your business.

Contact us
Ultimate Maritime Logistics

Maanlander 33
3824 MN Amersfoort
The Netherlands

Subscribe to newsletter

Stay up to date with trends in the maritime industry and receive our quarterly newsletter.