Hyperloop & digital logistics: The future of freight?
Imagine a world where distance doesn't matter ..! The team at Hardt Hyperloop is working on solutions for heavily overpopulated cities; inaccessible rural areas; and unhealthy industrial urbanization, all of which inhibits human potential.
The Cargo Hyperloop has the potential to revolutionize supply chains by connecting continental markets in hours through a reliable, autonomous and sustainable means of transport.
But the Hyperloop is a little way off yet. Until it's a reality, digital freight solutions are ensuring that road transport systems are maximised for efficiency and sustainability.
Quicargo is a digital freight network that connects trucks with spare capacity to businesses in real-time, while saving costs, road congestion and pollution.
Is this the future of ground freight?
Stan de Caluwe has been active in international trade and logistics since he graduated as a business geographer at Utrecht University.
After spending 7 years at Buck Consultants International as a site selection consultant, he represented the Dutch logistics industry in the U.S. working for the Holland International Distribution Council. In the role he supported hundreds of companies, helping them set up their distribution channels in Europe.
Feeling the drive to bring transport and logistics forward to the 21st century, Stan joined Hardt Hyperloop to develop their cargo offering.
Avishai Trabelsi (Co-Founder & CEO) is a serial entrepreneur, and a CPA with extensive experience in logistics and the road freight transport industry. He is the former CEO of transport company.
Avishai's company, Quicargo, is Benelux's largest digital freight network, which connects trucks with spare capacity to businesses in real-time, while saving costs, road congestion and pollution.