Wereldsma, Dennis
September 2010
Supply Chain Europe;Sep2010, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p10
Trade Publication
The article discusses the 15th Annual Third-Party Logistics Study in 2010 which surveys customers to get their opinion on the status of the logistic industry and what they feel is necessary to stay competitive as the industry moves forward. It mentions that third-party logistics (3PL) have continue to provide important strategic and operational value to shippers worldwide. It also notes that shipper respondents are in favor of total landed capability (TLC) calculations.


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