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Outsourcing demands spin third-party logistics providers in countless directions, a reality manifest in the array of value-added services today's players bring to the market. Look no further than where 3PLs have evolved from -- warehousing, transportation, forwarding, freight payment, truck lease, chemical, automotive, electronics -- and the level of complexity, breadth of resources, and geographic scope they now wield. Supply chains have become nothing less than many-layered networks of integrated logistics partnerships. Lines have blurred and expectations have evolved. "A person who solely receives, holds, or ...
The asset-backed market has grown to become one of the largest capital markets in the world in terms of size and volume. Since 1998, companies have increasingly often used whole–business securitization to refinance whole lines of businesses that frequently form a substantial part of the ... Read More
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