Navigating Third-Party Logistics: Strategic KPIs for Managing 3PL Performance

The pace of change in today’s global supply chains is propelling organizations to transform themselves, opening new and hidden opportunities for growth. Case in point: organizations reimagining third-party logistics (3PL) to build resilience and bridge gaps in the supply chain.

Not all 3PL providers are created equal, however. To get the most mileage out of them, you need to track their performance, or rectify it if needed. To do this, you need to know what to assess, where and when to measure, and how to calculate it.

Lingaro’s supply chain analytics practice delivers purpose-led and transformative solutions fueled by data and advanced analytics, using KPIs as unique as the organization’s dynamics and business.

Schedule a free and personalized consultation with our industry-recognized supply chain expert and learn how you can use the right KPIs and incentive mechanisms to effectively manage your 3PL. We’ll show how you can align 3PL renumeration with your warehouse operations to encourage productivity and increase service levels without increasing costs.

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About Our Expert

Konrad Rosiński, one of Lingaro’s lead consultants, is a supply chain expert with more than 25 years of experience in supply chain management, warehousing, transportation, and procurement. Konrad has vast commercial and operational experience in working in the multicultural environments and challenging markets of third-party logistics (3PL) providers as well as production and trade companies. For many years, Konrad has taken on senior management roles and led different divisions in sales and operations.

Since 2008, Konrad has successfully supported various major projects across Europe and Middle East. His advisory work covers supply chain optimization, sourcing strategy, tender management, design and implementation of warehouse solutions (including automation), and distribution network modeling for the automotive, pharmaceutical, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), retail, DIY, and fashion industries. Konrad holds a master’s degree in economics and international business/foreign trade from the University of Łódź in Poland.