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How Do 3PL Companies Build a Low-risk and Cost-effective Strategy?

SHANGHAI, Nov. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Due to rapid economic and social development, third party logistics have been greatly improved while the number of logistics companies is rising and their scale increasing. However, many logistics companies overlook the importance of risk management and cost control when they are in the middle of rapid growth. This later leads to the emergence of bottlenecks which restrict these companies' development. Therefore, making a low-risk and cost-effective strategy for players in the logistics industry is of the utmost importance.

The HAVI Group is an international logistics company. It provides global warehousing and distribution services for McDonald's and also undertook food storage and distribution work for the Beijing Olympic Games and Paralympics Games in 2008. The HAVI Group owns a world-class cold chain warehousing and distribution facilities and management system. The current Senior Vice President for HAVI logistics in Asia, Mr. Troy Shortell, has worked with most of the global Fortune 50 companies in his more than 20 years of working experience in the logistics industry. Mr. Troy Shortell has been invited to the 3PL Conference CHINA, organized by UBM Conferences, on December 13rd-14th in Shanghai China. He will discuss the current trends of china domestic logistics and how to build a low-risk and cost-effective strategy with nearly a hundred senior decision makers from 3PL companies, Shippers and Software & Tools companies and explain how to build a low-risk and cost-effective strategy.

Further information, please visit: www.3PL-China.com or call +86-21-61573930.

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