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CEO LTG Cargo: ‘Flexibility is the new normal in logistics’

Eglė Šimė, CEO LTG Cargo. Source: Lithuanian Railways. Lithuanian Railways

In a challenging period for the logistics and rail freight industry, Lithuania found itself in the eye of the storm. However, Lithuanian Railways and its freight subsidiary LTG Cargo showcased that companies can circumvent obstacles, develop new ideas and agile planning, and always keep customers in mind. Eglė Šimė, CEO of LTG Cargo, shared her thoughts on these matters in an interview with RailFreight.com.

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Author: Nikos Papatolios

Nikos Papatolios is editor of RailFreight.com, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

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bönström bönström|14.06.22|04:00

Thereby, however, railways, stuck by low redundancy, now has to prove most reliable. Disturbings, risks simply no longer are accepted! (Just a minority now can afford luxury of not caring about eta, etc. For majority, , then “last mile device” is the single available alternative, up to 1000 km from Port…)

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INTERVIEW

CEO LTG Cargo: ‘Flexibility is the new normal in logistics’

Eglė Šimė, CEO LTG Cargo. Source: Lithuanian Railways. Lithuanian Railways

In a challenging period for the logistics and rail freight industry, Lithuania found itself in the eye of the storm. However, Lithuanian Railways and its freight subsidiary LTG Cargo showcased that companies can circumvent obstacles, develop new ideas and agile planning, and always keep customers in mind. Eglė Šimė, CEO of LTG Cargo, shared her thoughts on these matters in an interview with RailFreight.com.

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Author: Nikos Papatolios

Nikos Papatolios is the Chief Editor of RailFreight.com, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

1 comment op “CEO LTG Cargo: ‘Flexibility is the new normal in logistics’”

bönström bönström|14.06.22|04:00

Thereby, however, railways, stuck by low redundancy, now has to prove most reliable. Disturbings, risks simply no longer are accepted! (Just a minority now can afford luxury of not caring about eta, etc. For majority, , then “last mile device” is the single available alternative, up to 1000 km from Port…)

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