When shippers mix the 3PL elements of expertise, process efficiency, and technology into their supply chain, the results are potent. Eureka! A stronger, more efficient, and cost-effective logistics operation! Step into the logistics lab for a look at how and why outsourcing can give businesses a positive charge.
Discovering 3PL market insight and trends.
Supply chain management is no longer a backroom function. It has secured its place at the boardroom table, and greatly impacts corporate success.
Their mission, should they decide to accept it, is to transport sensitive materials around the globe. They'll grapple with issues of size, time, cost, scheduling, security, and fragility. Failure is not an option. They are project logistics professionals.
By moving beyond conventional packaging methods and materials, companies can reduce their carbon footprints as well as their transportation spend and warehousing costs.
Weak supplier relationships, restrictive trade regulations, and brand counterfeiting can put a wrinkle in garment transport. How do apparel shippers keep from getting tied up in knots.
A once-flourishing means of transportation is poised to not only withstand change, but also thrive on it.
After you pack the picnic basket with sandwiches, potato salad, and lemonade, toss in one of these interesting summer reads. You'll quench your appetite and your thirst for supply chain knowledge at the same time.
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