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The eFTI regulation is mandatory throughout the European Union and it primarily concerns the competent authorities of the countries from Q1 2026. For companies, eFTI creates opportunities for a unified exchange of data and thus simplifies the inspection process, for example, there is no need to detain trucks for road inspections.

Digital logistics can greatly improve supply chain visibility by leveraging technology and data, for example real-time tracking, predictive data analytics, collaboration between different platforms, autmated tax calculation,  inventory management, demand forecasting and risk management.

Integrating different digital systems and platforms in logistics can be challenging due to various reasons, like Compatibility, Data Integrations, Interoperability, security, Change Management and Cost or Resource Allocation

When dealing with data security and privacy in digital logistics, it is paramount to safeguard confidential information and preserve the trust of stakeholders. This can be achieved through the implementation of various tools such as Encryption, Access controls, Data Backup and recovery, regular security audits, adequate training, and strict compliance with regulatory requirements. By establishing adequate security measures, businesses can not only protect sensitive information but also increase customer satisfaction and uphold their professional reputation. Thus, prioritizing data security and privacy in digital logistics is not only a legal obligation but also a strategic decision that can benefit a business’s long-term success.
The process of analyzing and utilizing data in digital logistics necessitates collaboration among supply chain parties to exchange data, adhere to standards and acquire access. This methodology emphasizes the significance of data exchange instead of data transmission over networks.