The Positive Effects Of Digitisation In The Transportation Of Dangerous Goods

// By Deborah Bligh on 10 Jul 2020
The Positive Effects Of Digitisation In The Transportation Of Dangerous Goods

The transportation of dangerous goods is riskier and more complex than regular transportation activities. The transportation of biological samples, toxic chemicals, radioactive matter, and explosives require stricter procedures and more advanced technology. This is where the digitisation of the transportation industry becomes even more essential.

Keeping that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the positive effects of digitisation in the transportation of dangerous goods:

Smaller Margin Of Error- any error in the transportation of dangerous goods could potentially cause catastrophic mishaps. Digitisation contributes in reducing the margin of error. Digital systems work much better for preventing and addressing human errors. Automated digital systems can handle large amounts of real-time data and provide accurate analysis for potential errors.

Better Competitiveness- with more transportation services entering the industry, it’s important to embrace new digital technologies. These technologies allow services to become more productive and deliver better results.

Seamless Connectivity- with cloud-based systems and other digital platforms, transportation services and clients can be brought under a single layer. Everyone can have better visibility and control into analytics and other shipment data. Transportation management system ensures direct benefits to transportation company, shippers, and clients. A universal management system can be accessed from any device or operating system.

Automate Administrative Tasks- it’s very inefficient to hire staff to do administrative tasks. Employee’s time is a valuable commodity. Digitisation ensures automation and artificial intelligence can help do repetitive tasks. When handling multiple clients and shipments, administrative tasks can be time consuming. With automation, employees can focus on more productive core tasks.

Data Security- dangerous goods transportation services often need to work in secrecy. The nature of the goods, shipment schedules, and destinations must remain confidential. If critical data become public knowledge, it could encourage theft or piracy during shipment. Negligence in the protection of dangerous goods could result in legal problems. Transportation management systems use secure methods to protect data and the safety of dangerous goods.

Better Customer Loyalty- transportation services need long-term relationship with clients. Digitisation ensures better service and overall experience. Customer loyalty is assured if transportation services deliver better experience than the competitors. Because all transportation services are already using online marketing actively, competitors can be just a click away. Gaining and maintaining customer loyalty isn’t an easy task. Interaction with clients is vital and digitisation provides the best platforms for that.

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     To learn more about the positive effects of digitisation in transportation of dangerous goods, contact HCB Live and speak with a regulatory expert who can answer any questions you might have.

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