Land transportation

Submitted by Sekou Kadary Coulibaly
on 02/09/19

In the process of globalization of the economy, transport has played and played a key role. The shift to globalization and the intensification of international trade has indeed been favored by technological developments in transport, such as the increase in the speed and capacity of transport means, and the reduction of its costs. The globalization of the economy has the effect of putting national economies and their businesses in competition. The control of transport is essential for the regions or for the States, the quality of the abundance and the convenience of their infrastructures is a factor of economic development and competitiveness. Better transport lowers cost prices, allows to extend the area of distribution of products, helps to greater satisfaction of the users, and to an improvement of the productivity of the enterprises and above all manifests an Increased trade international transport is therefore essential for the national economy and for the international competitiveness of industrial companies for which the logistics policy and the operation of the Chains of Transport are proving to be able to strengthen their commercial positions. Speed performance, the development of combined or multimodal transport techniques promote the internationalization of production and markets. The complementarity of all means of transport contributes to the development of logistics because the company focuses on optimizing the operation of the whole transport chain and on the control of the delivery as a means of control Production and market opportunities.

All these factors of intensification of international trade, integration of logistical concerns in the production or commercial strategies of companies make that international transport has become a crucial element for the Competitiveness in this sector, for industries and for the economy as a whole. Land transport has a very important role to play here. By serving the main distribution, consumption and production areas on the continent tend to become the Keystone for international trade. In fact, road transport is an irreplaceable mode of transport that owes its success to its own qualities its flexibility and reliability which are the main advantages for customers, and what distinguishes this mode of transport of modes Competitors. And these characteristics are of particular importance in times of economic change. Road transport can adapt very quickly and very cost-effectively to almost any quantitative or qualitative change in terms of supply or markets, allowing customers to serve emerging markets in a and to find new opportunities for high-quality supply.

Despite all the various obstacles it faces, road transport offers a great deal of reliability with regard to services in a tense flow. This is the only mode of transportation that provides a genuine door-to-door service from the supplier’s factory to the customer’s assembly line or the street corner supermarket. To take an interest in land transport, it is in essence that international rail transport should not be regarded as a marginal mode of transport, although it is true that certain economic and political realities limit the use of the train in the Transport of goods from one country to another. Only structured companies, i.e. with rail sidings, can find a real interest in using the rail over significant distances. In addition, the nature of the goods shipped is limited to weighted shipments, indivisible masses, and dangerous goods.

Submitted by Sekou Kadary Coulibaly
on 02/09/19

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