A tight labor market along with advances in warehouse robotics are the top reasons operators are beginning to make larger investments in automation.
Third-party logistics providers enjoyed another growth year in 2022, driven by inventory buildup from past supply chain disruptions and decreasing purchased transportation costs.
Third-party logistics providers have been adjusting to normalizing market conditions as supply chain disruptions, inventory shortages and surging demand have receded.
A deal between the Port of San Diego and Mitsubishi Cement Corp. for a storage facility at the 10th Avenue Marine Terminal has fallen through, officials announced Feb. 1.
WASHINGTON — The increase in demand for freight transportation is adding strain on land management, experts said during a session at the Transportation Research Board’s annual meeting Jan. 11.
Supply chain activity in the U.S. picked up for the first time since March, buoyed by elevated inventories even as transportation costs slid for a sixth straight month.
GXO Logistics Inc. celebrated the opening of a new warehouse with Bayer in Kearney, Neb., the companies announced Sept. 27.September 27, 2022
While products for the most part are no longer sitting on ships waiting to be offloaded, the supply chain kink has just moved farther down the line — to warehouses, where much of the freight that was on those ships missed its window to be in the retail store.