Leggett & Platt’s Import Supply Chain

Automating the import supply chain today is complicated by new compliance regulations like Customs 10+2 and C-TPAT. In an interview with Global Logistics & Supply Chain Strategies magazine, VP Customs Compliance at Leggett & Platt discusses best practices for import compliance and for transforming a fragmented global procurement approach into a centralized global import process.
Learn key strategies from this global manufacturer to automate and improve your import process.


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