Logistics cooperation: integrated logistics services
High quality service delivery is one of the key factors to survive in the market. It is highly important to meet the needs of the client since business survival depends on the client’s use of business services. In recent years, the requirements of customers for the companies providing logistics services, known as third party logistics (3 PL), are continuously rising. It is obvious that the clients, insisting on the total complex of logistics services, expect additional services which would enable them to compete in the market on more favourable terms. The present article is aimed at analysing theoretical and practical aspects of third party logistics and suggesting the integrated logistics services model based on the Lithuanian example.