Optimizing Your 3PL Plans for the Future
Thursday, July 26, 2018 | 2pm ET
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Thursday, July 26, 2018 2:00PM
Patrick Burnson, Executive Editor, Logistics Management
Evan Armstrong, President, Armstrong & Associates
Karen D. Erickson, Consulting Director, Armstrong & Associates
Nikhil Sathe, Managing Director/M&A Advisory, Armstrong & Associates
Join LM's executive editor, Patrick Burnson, in a webcast designed to bring shippers up to date on the gains to be made by properly leveraging 3PLs for optimized service.
Evan Armstrong, president of Armstrong & Associates, explains how creating a balanced portfolio of “Top 50” global and domestic partners can maximize efficiency and mitigate risk.
Joining him will be Karen D. Erickson, Armstrong’s consulting director, who will focus on warehousing and transportation performance improvement; cost management, operations benchmarking; and 3PL strategic planning.
Then we’ll be hearing from Nikhil Sathe, Armstrong’s Managing Director – M&A Advisory. He will provide a detailed overview of mergers, acquisitions, restructuring, turnarounds, and staging of mid-sized organizations.
Together, our panel will demonstrate how shippers can measure ROI and plan for the future.
Attend this session to learn:
- How one or more 3PLs can help shippers penetrate new markets
- How 3PLs use technology to optimize service
- How to collaborate most effectively with your 3PL partner(s)
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