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Larger logistics companies may lose out on some of the profit to be found in e-commerce, according to this interesting analysis from India’s Livemint. It claims that high amounts of private equity funding for start-ups in the logistics sector, allowing for high growth plus lower costs, could mean they are better placed to profit from the rising demand for e-commerce deliveries – despite the added value that larger companies provide.
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