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A directory of companies and business solutions

Logistics Technology listings:
1 (484) 924 9493
IOG products
Phone: 480.308.3555
JDA Software Group Inc.
1 (651) 287-6000
Jump Technologies
KEOGH Consulting
L. Neill Cartage Co., Inc.
LeanLogistics, Inc.
1 (734) 418-3119
LLamasoft, Inc.
LoadBank International
Lockmasters USA Inc.
Logility logo
Logility Voyager Solutions is a complete supply chain management and retail optimization solution that features advanced analytics and provides supply chain visibility; demand, inventory and replenishment planning; S&OP; supply and inventory optimization; manufacturing planning and scheduling; retail merchandise planning and allocation; and transportation planning and management.
470 E Paces Ferry Road NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
United States
1 (800) 762-5207

Logistics Management Services
Logistics Management Solutions
Logistics Planning Associates, LLC
LXE Inc.
M33 Integrated Solutions
M33 believes the best way to optimize logistics and drive business growth is through scalable technology tools and supply chain expertise. We are committed to helping organizations reduce costs, improve efficiencies and gain the ultimate competitive advantage. Our philosophy is simple. We strive to give you the best logistics experience and service in the industry. M33's role as a lead logistics provider, complimented with technology, business intelligence and co-management support, help drive value and optimize solutions. Overcome business challenges, make smarter decisions, increase value and drive growth for your business with M33 as your trusted partner and experienced logistics provider.
511 Rhett Street
Suite 3
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
United States

1 (770) 955-7070
Manhattan Associates
Marten Transport Ltd.
1 (905) 882-8300
Maves International Software
Megatrux, Inc.
Mercury Gate

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