Delivery--not as simple as A to B

Baum, Stephanie
March 2003
Cabinet Maker;3/14/2003, Issue 5328, p14
Trade Publication
Details the business logistics of the furniture industry in Great Britain. Challenges facing retailers and manufacturers who source products overseas; Packaging issues; Vertical integration with manufacturers coming to agreements with retailers; Use of online technology to track shipments. INSETS: Track and trace;Crashing containers;Safe transatlantic crossing;Taking control of imports


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