Executive Briefings

Supply Chain Power Lunch: Improving Outsourcing Success with an Embedded 3PL

For all the talk of partnership, business dealings between shippers and their third-party logistics providers have largely been tactical in nature. Getting to the next level, where 3PLs are deeply embedded in the fabric and strategy of their client's business, is a journey that barely has begun. Discussing the productivity promise and the challenges of Embedded3PLs are Mike Marlowe of Kane is Able, Bill Lindeke of Kimberly-Clark, Kate Vitasek of the University of Tennessee and Jean Murphy of Supply Chain Brain.

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For all the talk of partnership, business dealings between shippers and their third-party logistics providers have largely been tactical in nature. Getting to the next level, where 3PLs are deeply embedded in the fabric and strategy of their client's business, is a journey that barely has begun. Discussing the productivity promise and the challenges of Embedded3PLs are Mike Marlowe of Kane is Able, Bill Lindeke of Kimberly-Clark, Kate Vitasek of the University of Tennessee and Jean Murphy of Supply Chain Brain.

To view video in its entirety, click here