ATC Logistics & Electronics

July 2008
World Trade;Jul2008, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p77
Trade Publication
The article offers information on ATC Logistics & Electronics (ATCLE). The company delivers third party logistics (3PL) and supply chain services specializing in forward logistics, reverse logistics, asset recovery, test and repair, kitting and packaging and value-added services. ATCLE specializes in serialized device tracking and same-day fulfillment, executing more than 50 million pick, pack and ship operations annually. Services include receiving, cross-docking, warehouse and inventory management, order fulfillment and shipping logistics.


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