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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 4503-4508


The Implications Of The Covid 19 Outbreak On Third-Party Logistics Providers In Pune

Nisha Khan, Ms. Meenakshi Kumari, Dr. Prakash Divakaran.


Abstract

Covid 19 epidemic in Pune, Maharashtra, is the subject of this article, which examines a third party logistics service provider. The use of this system in Pune's 3PL specialist organisation reveals that coordination's expert companies are facing severe computerised issues from new improvements, such as self-ruling automobiles and 3D printing, as well as stage-based models and a common economy. ' The focus of this investigation is on the developments taking place in the competitive arena: A significant portion of the market share held by 3PLs that focus on large administrations may be at risk shortly. As a result, third-party logistics (3PL) may be reduced to simple exchanges if administrative capabilities relating to 3PLs are continuously provided by new outside competitors Pune 3PL customers and suppliers have a forward-looking relationship because of the Coronavirus epidemic. Despite the risks, the Coronavirus of 3PLs is referred to be an opportunity. Incorporating "best in class" activities, "cloud fix benefits," "dissemination of stock and circulation of framework," "the noticeable web" as a future vehicle framework, and the selection and coordination of 3D printing into existing 3PL plans of action are all included in this category of best practices.

Key words: Third-Party Logistics (3PL); Digital Disruption; e-Service Providers; Covid 19, Pandemic.






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