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TRI-VIZOR NV was founded on the 18th of November 2008 by three partners Alex Van Breedam, Sven Verstrepen and Bart Vannieuwenhuyse as the world’s first cross supply chain orchestrator. TRI-VIZORNV is the first player in the world to offer specialised services to create, support and orchestrate cross-company partnerships in logistics. The company founders regard the fact that the world economy is currently dwindling into a recession as an opportunity, rather than as a threat. They believe it is at such rare moments of creative destruction that the global logistics industry is forced to reconsider its ground rules and traditional ways of working, and that radical new ideas can gain ground. Moreover, the winning companies and economies of tomorrow, will be those that are the swiftest to adapt to the new global playing field by creating strong alliances and by working together to consolidate their supply chains.
Horizontal collaboration, even between (semi-) competitors, and the bundling of freight flows across multiple companies, is expected to reshape the logistics landscape in the next decade. By clustering specific logistics activities and consolidating supply chains, significant economies of scale can be achieved in terms of efficiency (logistics cost), effectiveness (customer service) and environmental sustainability (carbon footprint).
The traditional belief in supply chain management used to be that simultaneous improvements in all three of these dimensions are impossible to realise. Even in large multinational corporations, there exist too many trade-offs and freight volumes and activities are just too small or fragmented. As a result, a company that wants to guarantee high service levels and just-in-time deliveries to its customers pays a stiff price for this. It cannot use cheaper or more sustainable modes of transportation such as rail or inland shipping. Because it has to ship its products in half empty vehicles, the company will also be held accountable for a relatively high CO2-emission or carbon footprint. Since a few years now, the logistics world has been adamantly pleading for more collaboration as the only escape from this deadlock. Until today, the main obstacle on the road towards collaboration was the lack of a neutral go-between that owns the necessary methodologies, technologies and credibility to enable collaboration between independent players, sometimes even competitors. TRI-VIZORNV, as the first company in the world, is convinced that it has developed all the necessary referee skills to do just this.