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Learn the Practicality and Value Proposition of 3PL

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  • 60 minutes

3PL providers have historically provided warehousing services for companies that do not want to perform or support warehousing services. This has historically been in the form of providing space and labor for some partners and providing value-added services for other companies. This model has been changing and growing over the years in ways that are allowing the 3PL providers to change in the services and capabilities offered.

A part of this is the result of the market changing, especially in the retail marketplace where demands of consumers have grown along with a competition to support additional services and reduced delivery timeframes. The 3PL has stepped into this marketplace in a big way to provide services to their partners at a fraction of the cost for each partner to develop.

While cost-cutting measures have racked the marketplace and eliminated most if not all of the expertise within individual companies, these same cost-cutting measures have allowed 3PL’s to obtain and grow their internal expertise. This provides an island of expertise that is leveraged for the 3PL partners and customers to develop and maintain industry best practices to offer customers.

Join this session by expert speaker Tom Brouillette, where he will provide an overview of the changing marketplace and how the 3PL fits into and even drives the marketplace.

Session Highlights:

  • Why utilize a 3PL?

  • Maintaining best practices through 3PL partnership

  • 3PL as the leader in Supply Chain services

  • Value added services available from 3PL

  • Utilizing a 3PL to deliver new services in a shorter cycle

  • Utilizing 3PL to implement industry best practices

  • 3PL provides the means to maintain and incorporate changing demands without the full burden

  • Utilize pay as you go to gain new services and capabilities

  • Only use services that deliver value to business model

  • 3PL maintains best practices by sharing costs of design and development

  • Obtain capabilities at a fraction of development - especially cost of facilities

  • 3PL provides reduced costs through shared volume across multiple customers

Why You Should Attend:

In this session, attendees will learn the benefits of utilizing a 3PL. Attendees will learn methods that will allow them to obtain the greatest value from partnering with a 3PL & also learn potential future directions and how to influence 3PL direction. Speaker will discuss how they can integrate 3PL with their internal opportunities and practices.

Who Should Attend:

  • Audience is supply chain leaders and supply chain partners open to new success model

  • Audience includes retail leaders in search of methods for future success in the market

  • Industries: Retail supply chain, last-mile logistics, customer service and retail


*You may ask your Question directly to our expert during the Q&A session.

** You can buy On-Demand and view it as per your convenience.

Tom Brouillette

Tom Brouillette

Tom Brouillette is a leader in Supply Chain Management with a major third party logistics provider in the US. Tom is a respected business and technical leader with prominent 25+-year career delivering strategic enterprise solutions in the Supply Chain, eCommerce, CRM, B2B and B2C for some of the largest retailers. Tom has developed a proven track record of delivering solutions bridging the gap between strategic objectives of business and available tools and technology and he brings these skills to these discussions and to share and guide.

Tom has been recognized for successful strategy development and delivery of Supply Chain Management, eCommerce, B2B, B2C, CRM, aerospace, manufacturing and health care initiatives to name a few. Tom is able to quickly understand and get to the root of the business requirements and strategy and then brings his experience to the tablet to define highly creative solutions that takes advantage of operations, business acumen and technology to define the most appropriate and cost effective solution.

In addition, Tom writes a regular blog that focuses on supply chain trends and issues to provide thought leadership to the industry. Tom’s discussions range in topics from planning and forecasting to business culture change and collaboration. Tom has earned certificates in business process modeling from San Francisco University along with ITSM ISO Foundation Certificate in ISO/IEC 2000, in addition to a Leadership certificate from the Creative Leadership Institute.

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