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CBRE: Warehouse construction rates continue boom in first quarter
More than 70 percent of DC space being built on spec as e-commerce firms seek sites near consumers.
Mobility, partial automation dominate in the warehouse
By 2024, six out of 10 companies will use warehouse automation to enhance the human element, not replace it, Zebra Technologies study shows.
Penske Logistics opens Michigan DC dedicated to The Kroger Co.
Penske's Michigan Fresh Center in Romulus, Mich., serves Kroger's Michigan customers, adds 400 jobs in the region.
Bringing home the groceries: interview with Kevin Condon
Supermarket chain Kroger continues to innovate as it responds to the challenges of the evolving retail grocery market. Kevin Condon is at the center of that transformation.
Manhattan Associates adds RFID inventory tracking to store fulfillment software
Product boosts inventory accuracy, turns retail stores into mini-DCs, firm says.
DHL relocates Minneapolis-St. Paul operations
Driven by increasing e-commerce, relocated airport facility will improve efficiencies, better serve importers and exporters, company 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.
Flowspace raises $12 million in funding
Logistics start-up will advance its cloud software platform, expand its network and accelerate growth with new funding round, company says.
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.

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