Damage, Theft and Disruption: Reducing Risk in Your Logistics Strategy

The West Coast ports example illustrates the type of external disruption that can upturn even the most carefully-constructed logistics plans.  And while disruptions of this magnitude may seem to be beyond a business’s ability to control, the fact is the impact can often be mitigated.  The same is true with disruption caused by shipment damage and theft.  A new white paper from Purolator International, “Damage, Theft and Disruption:  Reducing Risk in Your Logistics Strategy,” examines how forward-looking businesses are putting plans in place to ensure business continuity, regardless of the next great disaster.

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