Remove Distribution Remove El Paso Remove Shipping Remove Warehousing

Borderlands: Rural areas the next e-commerce frontier?

The Supply Chain Journal

This week: Rural areas are the next e-commerce frontier; Texas FedEx distribution center acquired; Authentic Logistics opens Phoenix office; and CBP seizes counterfeit N95 masks in Houston. . Texas FedEx distribution center acquired by Arcapita.

Borderlands: Rural areas the next e-commerce frontier?

The Supply Chain Journal

This week: Rural areas are the next e-commerce frontier; Texas FedEx distribution center acquired; Authentic Logistics opens Phoenix office; and CBP seizes counterfeit N95 masks in Houston. . Texas FedEx distribution center acquired by Arcapita.

Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

This Week in Logistics News (February 6 – 12)

Logistics Viewpoints

Warehouse hiring data shows how supply chains flexed up for peak. The program could roll out as early as next week, with pilot programs in Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, and El Paso, TX. A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the pandemic’s impact on shipping times for Peloton.

Despite NAFTA Uncertainty, Logistics Investments Continue

Logistics Trends and Insights

began development of a $41 million facility in El Paso, Texas, to expand its work in the cross-border market along the Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico corridor. Warehousing: SEKO Logistics opened the first of 20 warehouses that it plans to open across Mexico in a bid to capture a share of the country’s automotive, retail and aerospace business. began shipping cargo to select international destinations.