Finding logistics influencers to follow on Twitter is easy. Simply key in “logistics” and voila: You’re given a long list of individuals whose profiles contain these words.
Finding the right logistics people worth following however is a daunting exercise, especially if you don’t know who to look for.
We’ve put together a list of logistics influencers worth following, most of whom we’ve had the pleasure of engaging with. From logistics service providers to news publications to industry bloggers, these experts will keep you updated with the latest news and insights from the world of logistics and transportation. Everything you need to know, delivered right to your Twitter feed.
(Listed in no particular order)
Morai Logistics is a renowned 3PL in North America and Mexico that tweets eye-catching infographics, enlightening blog posts and the latest news in logistics and supply chain. They’re great social media engagers and have guest-blogged for us on the DELMIA Quintiq blog. Check out their latest post – hint, games are involved.
2. Rajesh U
Logistics Viewpoints on Twitter is an extension of their blog, also by the same name. Their daily coverage of the logistics world is quite extensive. Our favorite is their weekly round-up of logistics news, which always ends nicely packaged with an apt song clip.
A journal serving as a forum for original reactions and thoughts on the world of supply chain and logistics. Just like Morai Logistics, Journal of Business Logistics provides logistics and manufacturing insights to industry peers and shippers through regular in-depth blog posts.
As well-said in their bio: Making freight fun again! If you are looking for some good quality logistics memes and some reaction to latest freight news – this is the right account to follow.
Looking for the best logistics, sustainability and supply chain news from around the web? Then Martijn Graat, owner of the LogisticsMatter account (and blog of the same name), is your man. He’s also curated an impressive list of supply chain and logistics infographics on Pinterest.
Aside from their intensive transportation and supply chain tweets, Red Arrow Logistics also shares the occasional quote for inspiration. Here’s one of our favorites.
Leading logistics company, CEVA Logistics, shares the best in logistics and supply chain from industry bloggers and news publications. If you love numbers, you wouldn’t want to miss their tweets that highlight attention-grabbing infographics such as this one.
8. Lee Klaskow
Lee Klaskow is a senior freight transportation and logistics analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence. Once you check LogisticsLee out, you’ll want to keep him in your Twitter feed.
Their colorful, attention-grabbing, six-image profile photo aside, Inbound Logistics puts forward some of the best insights from the world of logistics and supply chain. They also have a fondness for Toy Story-related memes that will keep you going back for more.
10. DC Velocity
From intermodal traffic growth to producing zero emissions to tackling urban congestion, DC Velocity covers an extensive range of topics. We especially enjoy reading articles by the incredibly witty Art van Bodegraven and Kenneth B Ackerman.
One look at their Twitter timeline and you’ll be distracted by the colorful images that accompany their tweets. Want to know more about how Uber Cargo is expanding their logistics services? You’ve come to the right Twitter account. A great resource for transportation, distribution and logistics professionals.
One of the most comprehensive transportation and logistics resources! They are known for their in-depth research in logistics trends and thought-provoking interviews with industry leaders. A must-follow influencer!
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