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Vice President, Whitney Lyell reflects on IPS's roots and future with California Business Journal

"When we first started, supply chain logistics was heavily centered around B-to-B services;

your brick-and-mortars with goods going from one business to the next,” Lyell says. “But over time, amidst e-commerce booming, the business has largely shifted to B-to-C services, including sales direct to the customers. So, more fulfillment and warehouse businesses were taking off — that’s the new norm.”

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