Why Pratt & Whitney Outsources Logistics To UPS
Pratt & Whitney’s announcement in June that it is opening a new 600,000-sq.-ft. distribution center in New Hampshire to support the ramp-up of its new engine line was not unusual. What is different is that the facility will be operated by a third-party logistics provider—in this case, UPS. Like...
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