In a global economy, managing the flow of resources from the point of origin to the point of consumption is remarkably complex. The logistics required to move manufactured goods such as finished vehicles from factory to dealers can be a big challenge for OEMs and third-party logistics providers.

particularly when movement through an extensive, multi-modal transportation network is involved. An inefficient outbound logistics infrastructure inevitably leads to delayed on-time-deliveries and high inventory or stock-out costs.

Future success, however, begins with strategies and services that resonate the needs and demands of tomorrow's global enterprises. Keeping businesses in motion will require mastering the verticals you serve, becoming the customer's brand custodian, and sharing risk.