In this post we show how slow decision making in last mile logistics has left last mile to be a source of the most untapped value in sand’s value chain. We cover why it is challenging to make fast decisions in last mile and the cost of those slow decisions. Finally, we introduce the concept of digital transformation, and how it differs from todays digital solutions.
This is the third post in our series of posts about ongoing transformations in last mile logistics. Miss our previous post? You can read it here.
The slides here detail the core issue of efficiency (i.e. loads / truck / day) and detail the challenges of last mile sand logistics, their causes, and the inefficiencies that result. This is the second post in our series of posts about ongoing transformations in last mile logistics. Miss our first post? You can read it here.
Over the last couple of months, a lot of customers and new employees have asked us, “How does ShaleApps think so big, out of the box, and innovate so quickly?”
The traditional answer is that we hire great people. These great people build great teams, and these great teams work 7 days a week, 24 hours a day across the world, and often on national holidays.
However, hiring great people who are relentless to build a high-performance team is much easier said than done. This post shares insight in how we assemble pioneers who have the psychological skills needed to overcome adversity, ambiguity, and skepticism to digitally transform an industry.
This is the first post in a series of posts about ongoing transformations in last mile logistics. The slides below detail the impact of developing challenges in sand's last mile logistics and it's impact on North America's Oil & Gas sustainability.