Supply Chains Collaborations: Breaking political & operational barriers between shippers and 3PL’s

February 01, 2010 1641 Views

Looking at the various industry sectors, different levels of supply chains collaboration are in place. These levels of integration mature from a pure functional focus to internal global integration, to external network integration to cross chain alliances.

  • Where stands the retail & FMCG regarding supply chains collaboration?
  • What are the open opportunities and how do we realize them?

As an example, an industry leading business initiative in supply chains alliance for the import, warehousing and distribution of fresh produce is presented.

For questions, please contact Alain Beerens.

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