Digital Issue: The Current State of Third-Party Logistics Services
It has become quite clear that logistics professionals are now facing an unprecedented set of challenges. From tightening capacity, to ongoing regulation hurdles, to the complexity brought on by e-commerce, today’s shippers are transforming the way they manage their logistics operations.
Logistics in the NewsHappy 100th Birthday, New England Motor Freight! What a ride, chairman says Panjiva points to strong import growth to start 2018 XPO takes steps to expand European last mile delivery services Echo Global Logistics partners up with project44 to automate LTL-based shipments Retail sales in January are slow to start to the year More Logistics News
Inside this issue...
- The current state of third-party logistics services
- 7 ways 3PLs support warehousing and distribution
- Armstrong report points to continued increase in 3PL usage by shippers
- Q&A: John C. Langley shares views on 3PL marketplace
- The "Amazon effect" and your supply chain
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From the January 2018 Logistics Management Magazine Issue
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