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Business Case - Metro Canada Logistics
Metro Canada Logistics, a third party provider of warehousing, transporatation, and related logistics services streamlines accounting processes with the help of

warehousing logistics training  These services include: public/contract warehousing solutions; packaging services; transportation management; systems and communications solutions; supply chain solutions; real estate solutions; financial solutions; and strategic alliances. It's a new way of thinking - companies are used to having their own warehouse, their own transportation centre or distribution centre. As a third-party logistics provider, we are here to provide those services as our core competency, said Diane Bourassa, Director of

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