Resilience is a relative term

July 2009
Automotive Logistics;Jul-Sep2009, p06
The article looks at the opinion of business analysts on the decline in the revenue of third-party logistics (3PL) in 2009. Thomas Cullen of the periodical "Transport Intelligence," suggests that 3PL should examine its portfolio and ensure that they run business that provides growth. The State Council in China has reportedly released a stimulus plan in May to promote competitive logistics firms by 2011. John Langefield of Robert W. Baird & Co. says that resilience is a relevant term considering the magnitude of the decline in the market.


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