Belgian transport companies lose an average of 335 hours per lorry each year as a result of trucks being stuck in traffic jams. This congestion often occurs at well-known points along the road network but also builds up in queues at freight forwarders, receivers or terminals.
Recent data shows that every two days, a child dies in a traffic accident involving a lorry. Another fact is that on average, Flanders has 120 speeding-related deaths on its roads every year. Meanwhile, it is perfectly possible to equip vehicles with software that sends freight transport along sustainable routes and which controls speed.
Omar Mohout is a well known name in the start-up scene. His expertise in the upscale of start-ups is gobally recognised. He provides companies with a perspective, gained by hands-on building and scaling of startups.
Yesterday, Jamie Anderson and his colleagues won the Strategy and General Management category at the ‘Case Centre Awards and Competitions 2017’. The Centre granted him the award for having written the most commonly-used case in current business education.