A slow but steady shift in manufacturing away from China to other southeastern Asian nations but especially into North and South America may have profound effects on the design and operation of global supply chain networks – with U.S. trucking services expected to be affected as well. That’s one of the findings from the 20th Annual Survey of Third-Party Logistics Providers, sponsored by Penske Logistics and authored by Robert Lieb, professor of supply chain management at ...

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