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Optimizing your inbound logistics network streamlines business operations. To understand how to optimize your inbound logistics network, you must have a full picture of every moving part in the network and understand how the network functions. For your inbound logistics network to operate as efficiently as possible, you must understand and optimize everything from receiving products from suppliers to transporting those products to your facilities and distributing them. One of the ways businesses do this is by working with a third-party logistics (3PL) provider.
Optimizing your outbound logistics network can present unique challenges that aren’t present in your inbound logistics network. Remember that an inbound logistics network brings goods or materials into your business. From there, you assemble these goods or materials into the finished products and distribute them. There are a number of competing considerations to weigh when you bring your products to market. Your finished products may be more fragile than the components you originally brought in, which could require special packaging to protect them during transit.