Five key trends impacting your supply chain strategy
As we emerge from the global recession, the world is poised for economic growth. That's a good thing. But, we expect it to have some potentially unforeseen impacts on supply chain location, distribution and fulfillment strategies. Why?
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JLL's Les Boudwin coined the term "surge-demand" when Amazon took occupancy of a 1.0-million-square-foot facility in Dupont, WA in the fall of 2013. Buildings of this size are rare in greater Seattle, and this one deal comprised nearly a quarter of the market's net absorption that year. Recent Amazon move-ins in Baltimore and Tampa Bay also elevated local absorption totals.
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Shoppers are rewriting the rules on how and where they want to shop, and receive their purchases. Today’s retailers need seamless omni-channel strategies that incorporate the right warehouse and distribution space to deliver on these expectations.
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Rising freight costs, an impending driver shortage, a push toward sustainability and greater risks for truck-only transport are pushing the shipping industry toward intermodal transportation—a combination of truck and rail.
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