Logistics 101

Hromadka, Erik
March 2007
Indiana Business Magazine;Mar2007, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p12
The article features Langham Logistics company, a family-owned business of Langham siblings Cathy, Margaret and John Langham in Indiana. The company uses modern technology to link shipments on trucks, aircrafts and ships to the warehouse and makes them available online to customers. According to Cathy Langham, they are considered as a third-party logistics company that transport, warehouse and manage inbound freight.


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