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Amazon

By Jeff Berman · December 13, 2018
While the size of this new facility was not made public, Amazon officials said the new hub, which it expects to be operational next year, will create hundreds of new jobs, adding that unlike other gateways and facilities within Amazon Air’s network, the Regional Air Hub will be tailored specifically to Amazon Air’s larger scale regional needs.
By Michael Levans · November 29, 2018
Every year at this time, Group News Editor Jeff Berman combs through the mountain of news that was reported, written, and posted by the Logistics Management editorial staff over the course of the year to create the following list. Read below for the Top Logistics News Stories of 2018. Topics include E-commerce innovations, ELD trucking regulation, news from industry giants like UPS, Fedex, Amazon and more.
By Larry Lapide · October 29, 2018
The series has chronicled the evolution of e-commerce using Walmart versus Amazon as a reflection of what has been going on in the battle between retailers and e-tailers.
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By Ryder · October 26, 2018
A growing number of businesses are affected by the “Amazon Effect” – it’s inescapable.
By Gary Forger, special projects editor · October 17, 2018
When two days is too long, on-demand networks step in to deliver orders in hours or even minutes. This is hot enough that four-year old startups are having to share the space with the likes of Target, WalMart, Home Depot and even Amazon. Ultimately, delighting customers is driving it all.
By LM Staff · September 24, 2018
Flexibility is the name of the on-demand warehousing game. Sure, it’s in early stages, but the potential is enormous.
By Gary Forger, special projects editor · September 19, 2018
On-demand warehousing matches companies with excess warehouse space with companies with short-term excess inventory. It’s a win-win.
By Gary Forger, special projects editor · September 19, 2018
Flexibility is the name of the on-demand warehousing game. Sure, it’s in early stages, but the potential is enormous.
By Jeff Berman · September 6, 2018
When e-commerce powerhouse Amazon announced in late June it was rolling out its Delivery Service Program, in an effort to increase its package delivery and logistics service capabilities that it said will enable entrepreneurs to set up their own businesses to deliver Amazon packages, it drew a lot of attention, as it typically does, and interest.
By Michael Hu and Korhan Acar · September 5, 2018
Meeting consumer expectations is never easy. Savvy shippers need to disrupt their fulfillment strategies before Amazon does it for them.
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By Bastian Solutions · August 17, 2018
Amazon’s inventory selection and Prime shipping have forced other businesses to pivot in their go-to-market strategies.
By Patrick Burnson · July 31, 2018
While air cargo volumes continue to stage a modest uptick, shippers are now waiting to see how the introduction of larger freight aircraft might serve to sustain this growth. At the same time, shippers need to keep an eye on which domestic airports are prepared to handle more capacity and the new demands driven by e-commerce.
By Patrick Burnson · July 31, 2018
News emanating from the U.S. West Coast indicates that among many of the critical risks logistics managers must confront these days is that of forced labor.
By Jeff Berman · July 2, 2018
While it may not be a tremendous game changer, last week’s news that Amazon is taking steps to step up its plans to increase its package delivery and logistics services capabilities through the introduction of a new offering that, it said, will enable entrepreneurs to set up their own businesses to deliver Amazon packages, still remains notable and fairly significant too. Is it significant enough for one to consider the notion that the global e-commerce bellwether could eventually force its way into the conversation with UPS and FedEx as a top parcel carrier with a true national delivery footprint? No, it is way too premature, as well as highly unlikely that would come to fruition, according to many industry stakeholders.
By Jeff Berman · June 28, 2018
Global e-commerce powerhouse Amazon announced yesterday it is upping its plans to increase its package delivery and logistics services capabilities through the introduction of a new offering that, it said, will enable entrepreneurs to set up their own businesses to deliver Amazon packages.

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