The landscape for third party logistics (3PL) has altered significantly in the last decade, and is tipped to experience further growth and change as mobile technologies and 'smart' working practices develop.
Do a quick Google search. Just type ‘Millennials’. You should get a screen like this: Outside the two definition-type searches, two broad ends of the spectrum are represented: being lazy and the workplace (assumed to be the antithesis of lazy).
Last week eyefortransport hosted the webinar 'Innovation: The 3PL Relationship Game Changer' that brought together senior level executives to discuss key ways to promote innovation in logistics outsourcing.
New logistics show aims to help meet the challenges of a fast-changing world Transport and Logistics News The exhibitor profile includes suppliers and providers of third-party logistics services, logistics and warehouse management systems, software...
Published in two volumes, covering the Americas and international companies, the 2,047-page guide includes in-depth profiles of 377 3PLs. More than 77 percent of the companies profiled are publicly traded.
As a follow-up to my previous commentary, which focused on setting the playing field for transportation routing algorithms and the fact that these are not really “optimizations” but heuristic algorithms, as well as the fact that modeling the constraints...
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Logistics industry trade magazine DC Velocity makes the case for St. Louis as a future 3PL mega-hub. Mark Cusumano of FW Warehousing gives his perspective. (Does #SaintLouis have the right stuff to be the next #3PL mega-hub?
CEOs give outlook on 3PL industry growth aircargoworld Despite a slow economy, North American CEOs expect their companies to increase revenues by an average of 14.6 percent over the next three years, according to the 20th Annual Survey of...
3PL - The backbone of online shopping Fibre2fashion.com (subscription) Logistics are a part of online shopping where complexities can arise and this is why online retailers need third party logistic providers also called 3PL.
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