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Getting the most out of your 3PL relationship

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By Staff
July 01, 2014

Are you getting the most out of your 3PL relationship?

Return on investment, benchmarking, and best practices, are just a few of the issues related to services promised by lead logistics providers. But just how well are they living up to those assurances?

Join Logistics Management’s executive editor, Patrick Burnson for this informative webcast designed to bring shippers up to date on the gains to be made by properly leveraging 3PLs for optimized service.

As an attendee you’ll learn how creating a balanced portfolio of “Top 50” global and domestic partners can maximize efficiency and mitigate risk. We’ll also take a look at the latest findings from our “Managed Transportation Services” (MTS) survey which will reveal the major concerns and objectives shared by logistics managers worldwide.

Discussion topics include:

How one or more 3PLs can help shippers penetrate new markets
How 3PLs use technology to optimize service
How to collaborate most effectively with your 3PL partner(s)

 


 

 

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