Third-party warehouse companies are moving beyond their role of providing additional storage space at peak times. Some of these companies are serving as important links in managing critical parts of the supply chain for retailers, especially in the area of slow-moving products. Third-party warehousing and logistics companies can be effective at picking slow movers and creating store-ready pallets to load onto their trucks, according to industry experts. They can also be a viable resource ...

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