The logistics industry is in crisis.
Logistics companies have been losing millions of dollars a year.
And while some of the problems are systemic, others are structural.
The company that makes your favorite pasta might not know how to do its laundry, and the people you’re trying to help might be making you look like an idiot.
The logistic industry is the latest casualty of the financial crisis, which has hit many industries hard.
This story explores the logistics industry, the challenges it faces, and how you can make your own.
The Logistics Industry The logistics business has existed since the early 1900s, and it is one of the largest industries in the United States.
It’s also one of its most profitable.
Logistic companies provide the infrastructure for everything from shipping to warehousing.
They also make and deliver everything from grocery bags to clothing to computers.
Logistics is an extremely important part of the American economy, accounting for about 25 percent of the U.S. economy.
In the past decade, it has grown at a rate of roughly 14 percent annually, according to the U-M study.
It is a large, complex business.
Logistical companies employ approximately 1.5 million people worldwide.
The industry employs nearly 5 million full-time workers, according a study by the National Association of Manufacturers.
Its share of the total U.K. economy is roughly 11 percent, according the Office for National Statistics.
This story is a summary of the research in our report, “Logistics: Why It Matters,” which is available for purchase in print at www.politico.com/logistics.
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