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U.S. Business Logistics Costs Reach All-Time High

Supply Chain Brain

business logistics costs grew by 19.6% year-on-year in 2022 after coming in at $1.937 trillion in 2021, according to CSCMP's annual State of Logistics Report.

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North Carolina named best state for business – Logistics a big reason

Kanban Logistics

Kanban Logistics is one such 3PL and offers over one-million square feet of Eastern North Carolina warehouse space to support the distribution of imports to manufacturers and retailers. The post North Carolina named best state for businessLogistics a big reason appeared first on Kanban Logistics.


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Inside the Shipper Mind with Jim Bierfeldt

The Logistics of Logistics

LMA’s approach recognizes that logistics services today are BOUGHT, not sold. Marketing tactics that interrupt and annoy busy logistics executives get ignored. These buyers now have access to a wealth of information and do their own research on how to solve supply chain problems, and what providers can do to help.

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A Logistics Marketing Plan: 5 Steps You Should Follow


Logistics & warehousing are the lifeline of the supply chain. But just like any other business, logistics companies face tough rivalry in the face of looming competition and globalization. So, what can help your business survive and thrive? A sound logistics marketing plan can help!

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To Outsource or Not to Outsource Your Business Logistics – What should you do?


The post To Outsource or Not to Outsource Your Business Logistics – What should you do? With the right partner added to your team, your company will be able to properly expand when and where it’s appropriate and market your product to top-notch profitability. appeared first on ShipLilly.

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State of Logistics 2021: Full speed ahead

Logistics Management

business logistics costs fell 4% as shippers found new ways of moving freight. Like the supply chains they serve, logistics managers must now fundamentally rethink and redesign their solutions—and how they do will define their future success. In a year of unprecedented disruption, U.S.

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U.S. business logistics costs fall 4% in pandemic year of ‘chaos,’ new study finds

Logistics Management

business costs, buffeted by a COVID-decimated year of “chaos” worldwide in 2020, fell 4% to $1.56 of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), nearly an all-time low, according to a new authoritative report on the logistics sector. That amounted to 7.4%