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Business Alliances in the Shipping Industry

Logistics alliances are becoming commonplace business arrangements, and now they are spreading, as a way of lowering distribution and storage operating costs. For many manufacturers and vendors, these ventures offer opportunities to dramatically improve the quality of customer service. There are different types of alliances, such as arrangements between two service providers, and those between two product marketers. The outsourcing of transportation or warehousing requirements to a specialist is, of course, a common everyday standard. What is unusual about the relationships described here is the parties combine their operations to obtain mutual benefits. A typical format for an alliance is a

Business Alliances in the Shipping Industry
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