What Do Shippers Want? Creativity, Commitment and Capacity

Saccomano, Ann
February 1999
Traffic World;2/8/99, Vol. 257 Issue 6, p22
Trade Publication
Reports the customers want from a third-party logistics company in the United States. Views of Ron Nottingham, manager of Toyota on customers want; Ability of the third-party logistic provider in meeting the transportation needs; Primary indicator of logistics business performance.


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