In this period as we step into the second century of the Turkish Republic, a significant breakthrough is taking place in the logistics sector. WeLD International Transportation has developed the WeLD Online Platform (WOP), which not only accelerates international transportation processes in the logistics sector but also positions Turkey more effectively in the global markets.
According to a report from the Statista Research Department dated June 22, 2023, the international logistics sector has reached a size of 10.41 trillion dollars. Turkey’s market, on the other hand, is worth 100 billion dollars. WeLD aims to go beyond the Turkish market with its WOP and be at the heart of the global market. Özot points out the 100 billion dollars in revenue that the three largest global players have achieved, indicating the enormous potential of the market. WeLD is determined to leverage this potential.
While fulfilling all the requirements of international trade, WeLD also implements key performance indicators using technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data. Additionally, WeLD places significant emphasis on compliance laws like FCPA and the Bribery Act (USA, UK), taking the necessary precautions.
The robotic process automation developed with WOP allows for quick and cost-effective quotes, easy reservation, and online tracking of transportation processes. WeLD believes that this system will revolutionize the logistics sector on a global scale.
WeLD focuses on innovation and productivity, not just growth. Özot states that they plan to increase their business volume by at least five times in the next three years. With the support of new technology and digitization, they foresee their exponential growth to be well above the market average.
The company remains committed to opening offices in at least 15 major country markets and aims to obtain the Turquality certification after an upcoming audit. WeLD’s focus is to reach a revenue goal of 1 billion dollars by the time they turn ten years old. Despite industry challenges, they believe that they will remain competitive by reducing costs by 75-80% with WOP, leading to pride in their future competitiveness in the market.
WeLD’s impressive growth performance has attracted the attention of industry players. Özot reveals that they have politely declined offers from a Gulf fund and are currently in discussions with Chinese, British, and American funds that have shown interest. However, WeLD is not only interested in discussing financial investments; they aim to collaborate with companies that can add value and benefit from their international expertise and skills.
With these groundbreaking developments in the logistics sector, WeLD is determined to strengthen Turkey’s position in the global market. These advancements highlight the exciting future possibilities in the logistics industry.