A logistic hub is a centralized location where goods are collected, sorted, and distributed. It acts as a focal point for the movement of cargo and serves as a significant node in the supply chain network. Logistic hubs are strategically located to optimize transportation and minimize costs.
These hubs play a crucial role in facilitating the efficient movement of goods by providing a variety of services, such as warehousing, transportation management, customs clearance, and value-added services.
They enable companies to streamline their operations, reduce transit times, and improve overall supply chain performance.