Wholesalers have found that sometimes the best way to increase transportation efficiency is to let someone else do the job. Outsourcing of transportation needs, ranging from leasing tractors or trailers to using third-party mechanics and drivers, is becoming a more viable option in the wholesale grocery industry. Spurring the increase in outsourcing is the potential of immense cost savings. As aging truck fleets need to be replaced, and costs associated with driver safety regulations and ...

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