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New Release - UnitedLog Year Book – The Winning Formula!

Pressmeddelande   •   Feb 04, 2011 14:27 CET

What can we learn from the world's fastest logistics?

For example, that all details must fit - in a timely fashion - to bring a complex whole together. Drivers, mechanics, engineers and numerous others all have to do the right things and have the right expertise to produce a winning formula.
The same applies in the world of business. In our globalized era of razor-sharp competition, it is becoming increasingly more evident that doing business is largely about putting together strong teams.  Those who really make it have an outstanding ability to constantly renew and enhance their business operations.
First-class logistics is one way to achieve pole position.

Read about it and much more in UnitedLog’s fifth yearbook. Also this year the target audience is both management teams in global companies as well as the interested layman who wants to learn more about how logistics affect our everyday life.

The book contains several articles about new ideas, processes and solutions in the world of supply chain management as well as successful business cases where UnitedLog has been involved.

The book will be released on Feburary 8th and as a part of UnitedLog’s information and service concept it is free of charge for our clients.

Within short it will be possible to order the book on our homepage .

UnitedLog is the leading Nordic non-asset based Supply Chain specialist company. We develop and streamline Nordic based customer’s global flow of goods, information and capital. We offer Strategy and Financial Consulting in SCM, specialised software for Control Tower Applications and Outsourcing Services for Logistical Processes. UnitedLog with around 120 staff members has offices in New York, Boston, Shanghai, Moscow, Helsinki, Katowice, Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö, Helsingborg and Norrtälje. The company revenue is approx. 20 million Euros and is owned by the 6th AP-fund and AB Arvid Svensson.

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