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Warehouse network ill-suited for e-commerce needs, report finds
New construction activity makes just minor dent in the problem, CBRE says.

Banneker Industries names Junior Jabbie as president and CEO
Rhode Island 3PL fills position after death of founder Cheryl Snead.

Kion replaces CFO with executive from British energy firm
Groth succeeds Toepfer, who takes job with German polymer materials manufacturer.

The pragmatic futurist: interview with Shekar Natarajan
Shekar Natarajan not only foresees the future of supply chain management, he is helping to shape it by finding new and revolutionary ways to apply technology to solve business challenges.

A little retail magic
In order to survive, retailers will need to add a little pixie dust to the sales process.

Trump's tariffs on Chinese imports could be retaliation for years of slights—real or perceived
UPS' tale of trouble in China could be a microcosm.

AWESOME announces this year's Legendary Leadership Award winners
The organization for women in the supply chain recognizes executives from the Bloom Energy Corporation and the Panama Canal Authority for advancements they have made in the field.

Retailer groups attack Trump decision to slap $60 billion in tariffs on China imports
NRF, RILA say Americans, not China, will be the real victims.

The block (and the coffee) is hot
Lil Wayne was the key to winning January's caffeinated prize. Send in answers to the February-issue contest by midnight Pacific time to be entered into our next prize drawing.

Logistics careers are "driving satisfaction"
The workdays can be long and the technology a bit behind the times, but logistics and supply chain management is still a satisfying career, said respondents to our 15th annual Salary Survey.

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