Logistics, once relegated solely to the shipping room,
has now reached the boardroom.
If your job function even remotely contacts the logistics world you know that this world has changed. You also know—from daily experience—that dealing with the complexities of transportation and distribution management has become a critical corporate function.
To help companies enjoy a heightened competitive edge and to enable them to power through the challenges of managing supply chains that have transitioned from local to global,
the people of Franklin/Everett make an unusual offer: common-sense direction in all matters pertaining to the business of transportation, distribution, rate and tariff analyses, contract negotiations and supply chain technology. And our results? They will match clearly communicated goals and they will be mathematically verified. In a word, they will be measurable.