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Warehousing

By Megan Ray Nichols · August 22, 2017
For every online store or drone delivery system introduced to commerce, in the end, a company’s products will come from warehouse storage of some sort.
By Patrick Burnson · February 24, 2017
While traditional domains for DCs (Central Pennsylvania, Dallas–Fort Worth and the Inland Empire) remain very active, Industrial real estate firm JLL has discovered that there is a growing shift to secondary Midwestern markets.
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By Ben Camiel · May 11, 2016
As anyone in our industry can attest, it's a great time to be a warehouse owner. Vacancy rates have plummeted, profits have soared - and warehouse valuations are at all-time highs
By Patrick Burnson · April 21, 2016
Prologis, Inc. announced the release of its first annual Prologis Logistics Rent Index.
By Patrick Burnson · April 21, 2014
When the Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC) convenes for its annual conference in Chicago next week, they’ll be visiting the nation’s largest inland port.
By SCMR Staff · April 17, 2014
Paul Rasmussen, U.S. trade expert and CEO of Zepol, will be joining a panel of experts examining U.S. port infrastructure at the upcoming Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC) annual conference in Chicago April 27 – 30, 2014.
By SCMR Staff · January 27, 2014
When the Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC) stages its annual conference in Chicago April 27 – 30, 2014, seaport infrastructure will be top of mind, say organizers.
By Jeff Berman · July 26, 2012
Global real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle is acting as a strategic advisor on a planned $1.5 billion investment into North American logistics and real estate development by Australia-based developer Goodman Group through an exclusive agreement with Irvine, Calif.-based Birtcher Development.
By SCMR Staff · May 7, 2012
The North American logistics and distribution property market is improving following the recent economic downturn, said analysts for the London-based think tank, Transport Intelligence
By Marisa Brown, Director, Knowledge Center, APQC · July 19, 2011
Minimizing inventory investment and carrying costs while maintaining high service levels can be a tough balancing act. But best-practice companies have shown that it can be done - profitably.
By Sean P. Willems · March 19, 2011
Inventory optimization—the process of scientifically determining the right inventory levels across the supply chain—has never been easy. But advanced tools now available are enabling companies to do the job faster, more accurately, and with greater business impact. In fact, industry leaders are finding that IO can drive greater profitability through lower inventories, better fill rates, and ultimately a more satisfied customer.
By J. Paul Dittmann, David K. Ecklund, Daniel J. Flint, Diane Mollenkopf, Matthew B. Myers, Theodore P. Stank, and Wendy L. Tate · February 11, 2011
The following educators from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville College of Business Administration contributed to this report: J. Paul Dittmann, David K. Ecklund, Daniel J. Flint, Diane Mollenkopf, Matthew B. Myers, Theodore P. Stank, and Wendy L. Tate.
<p>This “Back to Basics” series from the faculty at the University of Tennessee will help supply chain professionals master the “basic” fundamentals - but within the context of the broader supply chain process.</p> By Clive A Purchase · January 24, 2011
“Back to Basics” is a look into how excellence in the core logistics and supply chain activities leads to overall business success. The articles in this seven-part series are written by educators from the University of Tennessee, one of the foremost schools in supply chain education - This is a 'must-read' for all supply chain and logistics professionals.
By SCMR Staff · December 28, 2010
Accenture announced that it has supported the successful delivery of an information technology transformation program at Fast Retailing Co., Ltd.
By Frank Quinn · November 12, 2010
"Virtual Conference" sponsored by Supply Chain Management Review and Logistics Management magazines will examine tools and techniques to improve productivity in transportation, warehousing, logisitics, and labor management.

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