3PLs forced to act as e-commerce bites deeper into traditional forwarding

3PLs are boosting their final-mile and ‘white glove’ services in Europe, as e-commerce makes greater inroads into traditional forwarding.
This morning SEKO Logistics said it had doubled the size of its second-largest European operation to 80,000 sq ft, at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Logistics Park.
The aim is to put its entire cross-border e-commerce, omni-channel and international transport and fulfilment solutions under one roof.
SEKO also said the Amsterdam operation would spearhead the development of the company’s final-mile …

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