Agility, a leading global logistics provider, has been recognised for the third year as a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for third-party logistics providers.
Gartner recognised Agility as a leader in 3PL logistics based on its ability to execute and completeness of vision. Agility is client-focused and provides flexible, customised solutions to respond to specific needs. In addition to its expertise in emerging markets, Agility is known for having an entrepreneurial and open management team, supported by a proactive organisational structure, which customers find appealing.
“We believe the recognition by Gartner demonstrates our commitment to providing customers with seamless access to a depth and breadth of service offerings, highly seasoned competency and tailored solutions,” said Tarek Sultan, Agility CEO.
According to the report, “leaders rate well on the highly weighted criteria of execution and vision. This means the leading providers have extensive service offerings and infrastructure to make them available across an expansive global territory. They understand the market and customer needs and translate those into well-executed service offerings. They are formidable at logistics execution across the service lines and run highly professional, very large logistics businesses. Leaders also have well-structured strategies and business models to continue to expand their capabilities, regional coverage and industry specialisation. They invest in mechanisms and capabilities to advance the art of logistics in the industry. Leaders are trusted and relied on by many of the largest global corporations to help them execute worldwide commerce.” Evaluated companies are defined as “challengers,” “niche players,” “visionaries” and “leaders” within the Magic Quadrant.
The Magic Quadrant evaluates third-party logistics providers’ ability to be a global preferred provider. Logistics executives can use this research to better understand these 3PLs and their capabilities when evaluating and selecting the right set of providers to meet their global logistics needs.