Can someone outline the cost structures in utilising a 3PL.
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Member since: 2011-10-01I made a video on warehousing cost structures, that might help.
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Member since: 2011-10-01I would be happy to provide you with some assistance if you can be more precise in terms of what type of logistics operation it is.
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• Bulk Food Waste Collection and UK transport operations for Biogen (UK).
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• Southern Warehouse and Distribution Centre for Premier Foods.
• Global Logistics Network for furniture distribution for Regus PLC.
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• UK Transport Operations for product distribution for Princes Ltd
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Member since: 2012-07-19No single rule applies. It would depend upon the kind of customer that you are talking too (unless you are an integrator offering standardized services).