4PLs have been singled out by researchers as being in the “ideal position” to promote collaboration across massive logistics networks in ways that would not be possible for individual companies within those networks. The study in Transportation Research Procedia looks at how just one 4PL can manage multiple networks – in this example, four European …
A whitepaper from the Global Supply Chain Institute at the University of Tennessee Haslam College of Business describes modern-day third party logistics as “not your grandfather’s 3PL”
Read what 3T’s MD Tim Fawkes has to say on transport management in the June edition of Logistics Manager.
Tim Fawkes is featured in February’s edition of Logistics Business Magazine comparing the merits of 3PLs and 4PLs