A revenue coordination problem of supply chain based on lead time compression is discussed. The coordination problem involves in a supply chain consisted of a manufacturer, a third-party logistics and a vendor. The vendor implements a lot-partitioning supply model. The third-party logistics undertakes the delivery. The supply chain gains Lead time compression with lead time crashing. According to different cooperative modes, Stackelberg leader-follower game models are established to gain the optimal costs of the buyer, the vendor and the supply chain system. A decision principle is designed to compare the cost savings of the buyer, the vendor, the third-party logistics and the system. A best mode is singled out according to the decision principle.