ICC Logistics Services Announces a Complimentary Webinar on March 31st, “The Art and Science of Negotiating Logistics Contracts”

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ICC Logistics Services announces complimentary webinar to explore challenges of transportation and logistics contracts negotiations and how to come out on top. Registration is now open.

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ICC will explore the 7 critical mistakes that companies make when negotiating Transportation and Logistics contracts and the keys to success to obtain a contract that’s truly advantageous.

ICC Logistics Services, a full service transportation and logistics consulting firm with headquarters in Hicksville, NY, and HLC Government Services, government contract negotiation consultants, announces today its latest webinar offering-- "The Art and Science of Negotiating Logistics Contracts." The webinar, which is no-cost to participants, will take place on March 31, 2015 at 2pm EST.

ICC will explore the 7 critical mistakes that companies make when negotiating Transportation and Logistics contracts and the keys to success to obtain a contract that’s truly advantageous. The webinar is designed to increase the efficiency of the negotiation process with Transportation and Logistics service providers, to save participants time and save businesses money to increase bottom line profits. The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session. The webinar is designed for businesses spending over $100k annually with transportation and logistics services providers.

To register for this webinar, visit https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1484718195063248642. For information on ICC Logistics Services visit http://icclogistics.com. For more information on HLC Government Services visit http://www.hlcgovservices.com/.

About ICC Logistics:
ICC Logistics Services, Inc. (ICC) helps its clients reduce their shipping expenditures while maintaining 100% customer satisfaction. Their expertise is optimizing the spectrum of transportation spending in order to uncover hidden profits in client’s transportation and logistics spend.

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