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U.S. industrial property rents hit record high in third quarter, JLL says
Foreign investment in U.S. industrial locations has soared since 2010: CBRE report.
Logistics gives back
Here's our monthly roundup of some of the charitable works and donations by companies in the material handling and logistics space.
Study: millennials show dedication to supply chain careers
APICS survey shows 20- and 30-something professionals are more reliable than their flaky stereotype.
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Belgian national postal operator acquires Radial for $820 million
Bpost says deal will expand its e-commerce logistics capabilities for cross-border services in Europe and North America.
Yes! We have a winner for our August DCV Rocks contest
There were two possible answers to our August contest, but only one winner; submit responses for the September issue by Oct. 15.
Twin hurricanes may go down as nation's most expensive natural disaster, report says
Harvey, Irma to shave 1.2 percent off Q3 GDP growth; transport services back to normal in Houston.
Before you dig: 11 questions to ask before breaking ground on a new DC
With complex DC design and construction projects, small oversights can lead to big holdups and delays. Asking the right questions beforehand can help keep your project on track.
GE enrolls 35 employees in MIT supply chain course
Management leadership students will attend mix of online and in-person courses.
Any corporation can act like a startup, MHI speaker says
Linkner tells annual conference attendees to "judo-flip conventional wisdom."
MHI speaker: Appoint a "chief disruption officer" for your company
Disruptive technologies will sweep industries from solar cells to smartphones to crypto-currencies, Singularity University's Roberts says.

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