INTEREMPRESAS · Changes shaping logistics in the retail sector

At this stage it is commonplace to observe that logistics is one of the factors of structural changes globally. Driven by consumers and producers, the sector is marked by continuous reinvention in an effort to satisfy the expectations–ever-changing, almost capricious–of millions of customers across geographies and time. The ‘End2End 2019’ conference, organized by IFAES, confirmed that the technology used to improve logistics processes must always adapt to the final consumer.

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Dimas Gimeno

Spanish retail leader with more than 20 years of experience in the sector. A specialist in digital transformation, omnichannel and new business models. From 2014 to 2018, President of El Corte Inglés, one of Spain’s leading companies and a leader in the European retail sector, with a turnover of 16 billion euros, 90 stores in Spain and Portugal, and more than 92,000 employees.

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