Special Digital Issue: Aligning Partnerships for the Future

In this Special Digital Issue, the editorial staff of Logistics Management has curated a number of features to help shippers understand the breadth of services today’s 3PLs have to offer and share how they can create a long-lasting, mutually-beneficial relationship with today’s more multi-faceted 3PL and freight forwarding partners.

By · October 8, 2018

Logistics professionals are now facing an unprecedented set of challenges around the world. From tightening capacity, to rising rates, to ongoing Customs and regulation hurdles, to the complexity brought on by e-commerce, shippers now need to transform the way they manage their logistics operations—and they’re leaning on their third-party logistics (3PL) providers and freight forwarders more than ever to make that happen.

In this Special Digital Issue, the editorial staff of Logistics Management has curated a number of features to help shippers understand the breadth of services today’s 3PLs have to offer and share how they can create a long-lasting, mutually-beneficial relationship with today’s more multi-faceted 3PL and freight forwarding partners.

Inside this issue...

  • Top 50 3PLs: Collaboration now paramount
  • Reverse Logistics in the “Age of Entitlement”
  • 3PL Roundtable: Strategic planning & alignment for the future
  • Improving 3PL Management: Glanbia adds muscle to logistics
  • Top 25 Freight Forwarders: Strong growth, abundant opportunity
  • Leveraging digitization to attack new markets
  • Freight Forwarding: Keeping shippers top of mind
  • Food Logistics: Diverse partners play key roles in domestic distribution
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