Comprehensive Logistics Selected by Inbound Logistics as a 2016 Top 100 3PL Provider

prnewswire | August 03, 2016

Comprehensive Logistics Co., Inc., a premier third-party logistics provider, announced today that it has been selected by Inbound Logistics as a 2016 Top 100 3PL. Comprehensive Logistics provides contract manufacturing and warehouse and transportation management services.

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Sustainability: focuses on increasing social, economic, and environmental value added. This is often referred to as the Triple Bottom Line (TBL) or Triple Top Line (TTL). Green: a vague term usually referring to just environmentally responsible business practices. This term is not very descriptive but may be used for marketing purposes.

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