Logistics Leader Switches Gears to Tech As CEO of Fast-Growing Supply Chain Software Company

Description: In today’s globalized world, a product might traverse across continents, doing so through multiple modes of transportation, before it reaches the consumer. And where and how it travels matters economically to not just the producer, but the customer: in one study, the logistics costs of delivering a $3.60 box of cereal to the consumer’s table was about $.37, with a net retail profit of only about $.05. Increasingly-complex supply chains require better technology to track, forecast, and optimize the process. Founded in 2007, American Global Logistics (AGL) is a rapidly-growing Atlanta-based company that does just that.

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