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IWLA chief shares insights on regulations at CSCMP and provides 3PL “checklist”

By Staff
October 30, 2013

The International Warehouse Logistics Association President & CEO Joel D. Anderson spoke on “pesky regulations” at the recently-concluded Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals Annual Conference in Denver. Now that he’s announced his pending retirement, Anderson wishes to share this “check list” for shippers wising to vet 3PLs promising “optimization”

Some of his observations are published in Supply Chain Management Review.

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