Avrupa premium lojistik lideri Flash, yeni bir franchising programı başlattı. Türkiye’de halihazırda ilk Master Franchise’ını ve ilk 2 bölgeyi sattı. Amaç, hırslı girişimcilerin desteğiyle Türkiye ve Avrupa’daki taşıyıcılar ve ortaklar ağını daha da genişletmektir. Tedarik zinciri pazarında, uluslararası ve güvenilir iş ortaklarına güvenmek esastır. Müşterilerden gelen rekabetçi baskı ve artan beklentiler, birçok firmanın stoğu en aza indirgemesine ve talep üzerine üretmesine yol açtı. Bu nedenle tedarik zinciri yönetimi ve premium

Physical Internet is becoming a reality Flash Group is already committed to implementing the first steps of the physical internet for internal processes.  In fact, we intend to seamlessly integrate the physical and digital world. Just as data is always taking the fastest way to travel through internet, we keep on improving our logistic network to achieve the highest level of efficiency.  It’s not possible to improve your supply chain

To better reflect its entire portfolio of activities and services, Flash Europe International has formed and become part of Redspher which incorporates all its companies and startups within one digital platform. The European leader for urgent deliveries, Flash Europe International, has grown and diversified its services in the on-demand delivery sector through external acquisitions and startup incubation. As of today, Flash Europe International, Schwerdtfeger, Upela, Easy2Go, Easy4Pro, Genius Academy, Easy2Trace,

Flash Group published its first UN Global Compact Communication On Progress   Flash is pleased to announce the publication of its first Communication on Progress on the Global Compact website. In October 2016, the Group decided to join the UN Global Compact. Its commitment to this initiative and its principles represented an obvious continuation of the Group’s strategy. The UN Global Compact is the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative. More

International Women’s Day March 8 was suggested by the 1910 International Women’s Conference to become an “International Women’s Day.” It was later adopted in 1975 by the United Nations. Even though the society has undergone many major changes since, the fight for gender equality is not over yet. In France, the women represent only 26% of the 1,5M people working in the transport industry. The logistics sector probably suffers from