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3pl-ebook

The following definition is one of the most simplistic of all we’ve found, from TechTarget:
A 3PL (third-party logistics) is a provider of outsourced logistics services. Logistic services encompass anything that involves management of the way resources are moved to the areas where they are required. The term comes from the military.

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parcel freight ebook

Are you a large shipper of small package or most often called, parcel freight? When high-volume parcel shippers gain a better understanding of the best practices of managing a large parcel shipment number and spend volume as well as better understand the accounting side of parcel through consolidated invoices, the use of outsourced partners, technology, and proficient auditing shippers create the

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efficient LTL Shipping

If you are a shipper who regularly ships via the over-the-road mode of Less Than Truckload, also known as LTL, you understand there are a lot of moving parts to have efficient LTL Shipping. Efficient means executing a program that allows you to achieve maximum outcomes all while not using too many resources, too much time, or spending too much money.

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kpis ebook

Business practices have become synonymous with the application and collection of data for continuous improvement. However, most of today’s data goes unused and represents a lost opportunity to the company. Unfortunately, data lacks value if not properly cleansed, transformed, and applied.

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strategic logistics and transportation management

We release our second e-book today by focusing on strategic logistics and transportation management creates a competitive business advantage for shippers. You can download our first e-Book, “The Future Of Supply Chain, Logistics & Manufacturing: How Technology Is Transforming Industries” here.

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emerging technology e-book

The logistics, manufacturing, supply chain, and transportation industries are going through a time of rapid and unprecedented transformation. The future of these industries is paved with innovation and technology. It was not long ago that ideas like 3D printing, the Internet of Things (IoT), drone delivery, and augmented reality were things of science fiction.