The Customer Service Journal
Volume 5 July 2019
Service Parts News & Commentary
Verified Market Research
What's driving the Spare Parts Logistics Market Growth? CEVA Logistics, Kuehne+Nagel, DHL, DB Schenker, AnJi Logistics, DSV, FedEx, Logwin AG, Ryder System, Toyota Tsusho
The Global Spare Parts Logistics Market was valued at USD 19.03 Billion in 2018 and is projected to reach USD 29.85 Billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 5.76% from 2019 to 2026.
Spare Parts Logistics is the spare parts management that stocks all the parts required to support the field. The number of parts in such depots runs very high depending upon the volume of sales and demand for the repairs and maintenance. Spare parts logistics can easily provide extra parts that are available, in order to fulfill the demands in the industries viz, automobile, and manufacturing, among others.
Verified Market Research has recently added a concise research on the Spare Parts Logistics market to depict valuable insights related to significant market trends driving the industry. The report features analysis based on key opportunities and challenges confronted by market leaders while highlighting their competitive setting and corporate strategies for the estimated timeline.
E20pen Press Release
E2open acquires Amber Road
Today, E2open announced that it successfully completed its acquisition of Amber Road, Inc. Amber Road is now part of E2open, and we will operate as one company.
E2open is one of the premier cloud-based providers of networked supply chain solutions, featuring a complete portfolio of applications that enable the world’s most complex supply chains to better plan, collaborate, and execute their end-to-end operations. Many of the largest brands, manufacturers, and logistics operators across a range of industries use the E2open network and platform to orchestrate their global supply chains creating significant efficiencies.
Together, E2open and Amber Road will allow customers to operate their entire end-to-end supply chain – from sourcing to manufacturing to trade management to logistics and distribution to omni-channel operations – from one place in the cloud.
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