Logistics costs tracking U.S. economy, CSCMP report shows

08/2/2013 | TED Magazine

The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals' State of Logistics Report shows the ratio for logistics costs last year remain unchanged from 2011, with costs amounting to 8.5% of the U.S. gross domestic product. This shows that the growth of costs for warehouse storage and goods transport is parallel to that of the overall economy. The report predicts a slow economic growth rate of 3% or lower for the next few years.

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