Over the last two decades, the growing interdependence of the world economy and the subsequent increase in foreign trade volume have contributed to the considerable expansion of global logistics activities. As global logistics operations became almost a daily routine for many logistics professionals, they have begun to search for adaptive logistics strategies to improve global competitiveness. To assist U.S. logistics professionals in fostering such strategies, this study empirically examines how the globalization of business has influenced the way U.S. logistics professionals adapt themselves to a dynamic international environment fraught with countless risks and complexities.
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