The 23rd annual State of Logistics report estimates U.S. logistics costs rose to 8.5 percent of U.S. GDP last year but remained well below pre-recession levels. Rosalyn Wilson of Delcan Corp., the report’s author, discusses the relationship between logistics costs and the economy.
Rosalyn Wilson Discusses State of Logistics Report (Video)
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