We organise daily container transports, air cargo shipments, oversized freight shipments and road-based haulage throughout Europe, Russia and Africa, while we have direct agents in Ghana, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Vietnam, Turkey, China, America, Greece etc., notes Nebojša Radić, director of LOGISTIC HOUSE, speaking for CorD.
Which kinds of transport and logistics are covered by Logistic House?
The core business of LOGISTIC HOUSE is the organisation of the domestic and international transportation of all kinds of goods. We have contracted cooperation with a large number of haulage companies, airlines and shipping companies, both with small players and the largest. This ensures that our company has plenty of room to choose and lobby for the best offer for our clients. For our many clients, we conduct regular import operations and offer promotional prices for exports, in order to help the Serbian economy at least a little. We organise daily container transports, air cargo shipments, oversized freight shipments and road-based haulage throughout Europe, Russia and Africa, while we have direct agents in Ghana, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Vietnam, Turkey, China, America, Greece etc.
We are one of the few Serbian companies to operate directly from Slovenia and in that way engage a large number of hauliers from the EU with which we overcome problems regarding transport permits, CEMT licenses etc.
Apart from Serbia and the surrounding region, you’ve also expanded your operations to EU countries?
As of this September, we have expanded our business to the territory of the EU and established company Logistic House d.o.o. (Ltd.) in Slovenia. With this move, we’ve become one of the few Serbian companies to operate directly from Slovenia and in that way started engaging a large number of hauliers from the EU with which we overcome problems regarding transport permits, CEMT licenses etc. Our professional team and the network of partners worldwide guarantee that LOGISTIC HOUSE Slovenia will soon become one of Europe’s leading companies in the field of organising the transportation of goods according to the highest international standards. The essence of logistics is in strategic planning and timely consideration of possible shortcomings in maintaining the entire chain of logistics, as well as undertaking preventative action to ensure solid connections between links in the chain at all levels.
To what extent does the digital transformation process impact on the reliability of transport at your company?
Today’s technology enables us to have incredible precision in terms of information and data from hauliers and vehicles, their location and other associated parameters that enable us to track our clients’ goods online. However, in addition to all of the aforementioned, I would like to stress that In our business it is still much more important to have stable, solid and amicable cooperation and business relations with our clients, on the one side, and with our partners, who are agents and owners of transport vehicles, on the other. We are not assisted in that either by digitisation or the optimisation of business processes, but rather by knowledge, persistence, precision, fairness and the quality of services provided… Alongside all the digitisation offered by today’s technology, last week saw the entire Logistic House team visit a client for an hour to help with the unloading of goods from a lorry to a warehouse, due to a fault with the forklift. So, digitisation helped us in that we learned about the client’s problem on time, but we still had to don our overalls and roll up our sleeves. Such is our job!