A major contributor to the success of projects is the availability of project logistics managers, with high levels of experience both in the industry and with project delivery as well as having them available in the early stages of the project. Large projects need substantive and appropriate resources. Dedicated resource provides time to think it through. Two or more people equal different experiences, […]

Project Logistics Contributor


How Mobility and IoT are Transforming the Project Logistics Like any function in business, the project transport & logistics is beset with challenges. Rising expenses, volatile fuel cost, increasing competition, large volumes of data, and ever-changing industry demands all come together to make this function tougher than most. An opportunity is afforded by the digital revolution though. This technology-based crusade […]

How Mobility Transforms Logistics


Cyber attacks. We’re all hearing about them; we read about them daily and many of us have experienced them. Maersk and APM Terminals were the latest. At XELLZ we are working on not only feighting against these attacks but on training our people to signal these attempts of attack which are at the front door of our systems, the email. […]

5 Ways against Cyber Attacks



A Sharing Economy has proven that the quick development of technology and social change are powerful drivers of business models and cost revolution. Lessons learned from many industry sectors gives us valuable case studies of how to apply sharing across all elements of the logistics supply chain. In cities, logistics service providers take opportunities to support the growing demand of […]

PLM and Shared Economy


XELLZ has made significant investments in technology, hoping to gain competitive advantages in today’s project logistics management and project freight industry sector. Traditional project freight organisational structures are rigid and highly bureaucratic. Previous evidence has shown that they cannot quickly or accurately respond to the constant changes of the project freight and logistics environment. Project freight forwarding organisations and the […]

Traditional project freight is rigid


The Port of Rotterdam, Europe’s largest shipping port, is taking part in a Blockchain consortium which is focusing on logistics. The project has the support of more than fifteen public and private sector companies based in the Netherlands. XELLZ is going to add to this project by offering its expertise and know how in order to make Blockchain useful for […]

Project Logistics and BlockChain