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Published by Industry Canada, 2009.
Canadian distribution service firms must continuously introduce new and innovative business processes to remain competitive. This research report identifies industry perspectives, issues and drivers for green supply chain management practices, and thus helps inform logistics and transportation executives of current and future industry needs.
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