Last Mile Logistic Challenges Increase as Online Sales Soar

Enterra Insights

Last mile logistics are going to be a big story this holiday season. Last-mile logistics are always challenging. ”[4] One reason last-mile logistics are so expensive is because they are inefficient. Patrick Burnson, Executive Editor of Supply Chain Management Review, reports, a study commissioned earlier this year by SOTI in partnership with Arlington Research, concluded, “Last-mile delivery is the most inefficient process of the entire supply chain.”[5]

Logistics property update: April 2021

EFT

It is operated by XPO Logistics, handling goods from 11 sites run by Nestle. Instakart also plans to build a logistics campus in the Manesar area, close to Gurugram. Winvic contract for UK’s largest single-occupier logistics park. Kohl opens 1.2m sq ft Ohio fulfilment centre.

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What I Learned from Working at 6 Fulfillment Companies in 3 Months with Channa Ranatunga

The Logistics of Logistics

Channa is an experienced entrepreneur in the logistics and supply chain space. He enjoys learning about new technologies and current challenges faced within the warehousing and fulfillment space and is always looking to connect with logistics professionals.

Shipping speed, transparency continue to trip up e-commerce brands

The Supply Chain Journal

transportation and logistics companies. The retail customer journey has been changed forever. No longer is going to a physical store and browsing the aisles the only method of shopping.

AB&R® to exhibit at RFID in Aerospace and Defense

AB&R

a nationwide provider of proven supply chain solutions, will be an exhibitor at the RFID in Aerospace and Defense Conference in Arlington, VA on December 12, 2018. Asset Management Blog Company News Inventory Management RFID Transportation & LogisticsPhoenix, Arizona, December 10, 2018 – AB&R® (American Barcode and RFID Inc.),

Shipping speed, transparency continue to trip up e-commerce brands

The Supply Chain Journal

transportation and logistics companies. The retail customer journey has been changed forever. No longer is going to a physical store and browsing the aisles the only method of shopping.

Changing the Laws of Logistics

GTG Technology Group

where a younger driver couldn’t make the short trip from Arlington to Bethesda, for example, because it would require crossing state lines. Yet, the same young driver could take a load from Arlington to Norfolk (a more than six-hour drive roundtrip) since both cities are in the same state. The post Changing the Laws of Logistics appeared first on GTG Technology Group. The DRIVE-Safe Act: What You Need to Know.

Top 5 Markets for Dynamic Warehousing Demand

FLEXE

When you consider locations for logistics facilities, you might first think of the cities with the biggest ports or the most warehouse properties and transportation options, like New York, Los Angeles or Chicago. 3 Jacksonville, FL: Many major retailers and suppliers are establishing facilities and seeking dynamic warehouse space in Jacksonville to streamline their supply chains and reduce logistics costs.

Top 5 Markets for Dynamic Warehousing Demand

FLEXE

</p> <p>When you consider locations for logistics facilities, you might first think of the cities with the biggest ports or the most warehouse properties and transportation options, like New York, Los Angeles or Chicago. <p>Many retailers and wholesalers are recognizing the need to expand their warehouse networks, so they can locate products closer to customers, compete with Amazon and establish more competitive omni-channel strategies.

The Texas Triangle

The Logistics of Logistics

48 Arlington – 392 K. #58 The post The Texas Triangle appeared first on The Logistics of Logistics The other day I was talking with my friends, Kevin and Wayne at Loadtex and they kept referring to the “Texas Triangle.” Being a Yankee from the great state of Michigan, I had never heard of the Texas Triangle, so I asked what it was.

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Kohl’s COO Sona Chawla to Keynote RILA 2018 Retail Supply Chain Conference

Supply Chain Network

Arlington, VA – Today, the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) announced Sona Chawla, Kohl’s chief operating officer, will be the keynote speaker at the 2018 Retail Supply Chain Conference. The conference serves as the premier event for retail supply chain executives to network, learn, and share new and creative solutions for the industry’s most complex challenges, including logistics, transportation, and international trade.