Shipping companies take advantage of slump

Goodale, Greg
December 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;12/17/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 51, p16
Discusses value-added services being taken by forwarding companies in Poland. Move beyond the traditional business of door-to-door shipping of household effects; Multinational corporate clients' increased demand for relocation companies with local knowledge to provide a one-stop shop; U.S. business relocations to Poland.


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