Journal of Transportation Management

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Management Guidelines for Third-Party Logistics
INTRODUCTION Third-party logistics (3PL) has become an effective tool for supply chain management. Synonymous with logistics outsourcing, 3PL involves external providers supplying multiple logistics functions to a user (Capgemini, Langley, and FedEx...
Plant Supply Logistics: Balancing Delivery and Stockout Costs
INTRODUCTION Transporting raw materials to a production facility would seem to be almost trivial when the final product requires only one primary raw material. While the process is not as involved as a multi-level bill of materials system, there...
Pure Pallets: Effectiveness and Efficiency Impacts on the Defense Transportation System
The views expressed are those of the authors and do not represent the official policy or positions of the United States Air Force, Department of Defense, or the U.S. Government. BACKGROUND Initial analyses show that the defense transportation...
What Do Third Party Logistics Buyers Really Want? an Empirical Analysis Utilizing Benefit Based Market Segmentation
During the last decade the third party logistics market has grown significantly in the United States. While a degree of uncertainty continues regarding the definition of third-party logistics, a reasonable consensus of the concept has been described...
Working toward a Seamless Supply Chain: An Exploratory Analysis of the Impact of Supply Chain on Company Performance
INTRODUCTION Supply chain management has become an important topic to both practitioners and researchers alike. Practitioner definitions of supply chain management are numerous and emphasize different aspects of firm relationships. For example,...
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