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Oh, oh, oh it's Magic
A record by Bruce Springsteen—who, rumor says, may release a new album any day—provided our recent #DCVRocks answer. Submissions for the April-issue contest are due by Friday, May 17.

CBRE: Warehouse supply, demand in line
The industrial real estate availability rate barely moved in the first quarter, balancing the market, commercial real estate firm says.

CT Realty develops fourth major logistics project in Dallas/Fort Worth area
Westport Logistics Center brings new industrial/logistics facilities to DFW Metroplex, set to open in Q4.

Boxcars to boardrooms: interview with Doug Sampson
Forty years ago, Doug Sampson took a summer job unloading boxcars at a public warehouse. He's still at the company today, but now he's senior vice president and partner.

Investment in supply chain technology and automation to rise 95 percent
MHI Annual Industry Report predicts dramatic increase in investment in supply chain technologies in 2019 as the labor market continues to tighten.

ProMat keynote addresses the gender gap
The founder of Girls Who Code explains how her nonprofit organization is attracting more girls to computer science and engineering.

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.

Retailers and 3PLs brace for closure of U.S.-Mexico border
Traders update business continuity plans as White House dials back threats to close border.

Logistics industry growth slows in March
Although still in positive territory, the Logistics Manager's Index fell in March, continuing a trend toward moderating growth across the industry, trade group reports.

GlobalTranz sold to new private equity owner
Providence Equity Partners buys 3PL back from The Jordan Co. after just eight months.

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