The vertical challenge in logistics – Marseille vs Copenhagen (Berlin wins?)
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Robinson Fresh has been “delivering freshness” since 1905, a tag line with a double meaning in the UK, where being fresh can also mean ‘being too confident and showing no respect’.
And that claim may be true: Robinson Fresh may only account for 5 or 6% of CH Robinson’s revenues, but it accounts for a considerably larger share of its court cases.
In fact, Robinson Fresh is so far up its own supply chain, it’s perhaps not surprising that it can’t see ...
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