"Logistics intensive clusters",
Y. Sheffi


Logistics-intensive clusters are agglomerations of three types of firms: (i) firms providing logistics services, (ii) firms that service logistics companies (such as truck maintenance operations, software providers, specialized law firms, international financial services providers, etc.), and (iii) firms that require significant logistics services (including manufacturers, distributors, retail logistics operations, etc.). The last category includes firms that are the customers of logistics services.
This paper looks at the competitive advantage that industry clusters, in general, provide for participant firms and then it focuses specifically on the advantages for logistics cluster participants.

Palabras clave: Logistics, industrial clusters, co-location.


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