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May 12, 1994 | JENNIFER OLDHAM
A plan to deliver laundry, shoe repair and other services to local offices may help keep commuters from using midday errands as an excuse to not take a bus, train or car-pool to work. In an effort to reduce traffic and smog levels in Glendale to meet requirements of the Clean Air Act, the Glendale Transportation Management Assn. has devised a commuter concierge plan.
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April 2, 1997 | JAMES FLANIGAN
Logistics, a word borrowed from military supply lines, is now the name of a fast-growing business that is already a major employer in Southern California and one of its premier industries for the future. Logistics describes the combination of trucking, warehousing, freight forwarding, customs brokering and distribution that now employs 157,530 people in the region's six counties.
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BUSINESS
April 2, 1997 | JAMES FLANIGAN
Logistics, a word borrowed from military supply lines, is now the name of a fast-growing business that is already a major employer in Southern California and one of its premier industries for the future. Logistics describes the combination of trucking, warehousing, freight forwarding, customs brokering and distribution that now employs 157,530 people in the region's six counties.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 1994 | JENNIFER OLDHAM
A plan to deliver laundry, shoe repair and other services to local offices may help keep commuters from using midday errands as an excuse to not take a bus, train or car-pool to work. In an effort to reduce traffic and smog levels in Glendale to meet requirements of the Clean Air Act, the Glendale Transportation Management Assn. has devised a commuter concierge plan.
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