Third Party Logistics in India
Third Party Logistics (3PLs) is emerging as a revolution spawning a new notion of consumerism, changing the relationship between the companies and the consumers. 3PLs are being looked upon by the organizations as factors that help them to remain competitive and deliver value to customers. In this paper, the author examines the importance of Third Party Logistics in India. This is substantiated with data and information from literature and other secondary sources. At the end of the paper, the author concludes by highlighting the advantages of partnering with 3PLs for the profitable survival of the Business Organizations.
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