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How did 2015 unfold in specialty logistics?

Published: 07-Dec-2015 | Format: PDF file | Document type: Case Study

It’s time to look back and see how our predictions for this year fared, and take another look at the things we have written about since then.

We examine how the world has moved on in the last few months, and what new issues have arisen; there has been a lot to write about! So come and read about what’s gone on in 2015 as we start preparing for 2016. We’re excited to take on the unknown and we're ready to talk about the new advances and innovations that will arise to meet the challenges to come

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