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Large and Small Companies Consider Three L's
What factors must a small company consider regarding logistics and relocation that a large company does not? And vice versa?
 

Tim Feemster, Managing Principal, Foremost Quality Logistics
There is not a nailed down set of site selection factors that a small company or a large company must consider. For the most part, large and small companies will consider similar site selection factors. The difference will be in how they evaluate those factors and what importance they place on those factors. Regardless of the size of the company, consideration should be given to how the factors will affect the company's strategy, overall network design, and desired outcomes. And again, both large and small companies cannot escape the three Ls - logistics costs, labor and love - when deciding where to locate.
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