Logistics coworking

​In an increasingly interconnected world, strategic partnerships have become an effective alternative to the transactional business model of decades past. One innovation that helps smooth the path towards this model is the rapid expansion of coworking spaces.

Coworking is commonly recognized as a shared workspace, but it could be much better defined as a philosophy of multiple companies working together to achieve shared strategic goals.

In logistics, historically there was an imbalance between 3PL (third party logistics) providers and their customers. A company looking for storage space was forced into a protracted negotiation process that often locked them into an expensive contract for a year or more, whether they needed to use all the contracted space for the entire period or not.

At Terra Logistika, our coworking spaces with flexible contracts and bespoke options ensure that both parties experience the benefits of the relationship. With easily understandable contracts, where they can get a scalable amount of storage space, just for the months, weeks or even days they need.

For smaller companies that need office space and storage at the same time, logistics coworking solutions are offering new perspectives for business collaboration. The fastest growing 3PLs today are those that also offer a variety of value-added services.

Differences between Inbound and Outbound logistics
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