Warehouse/DC equipment survey: It’s “go time” for investment

Warehouse and DC managers are feeling the pressure of e-commerce growth, high order volumes, as well as deep concerns around labor availability and international supply chain snarls. In response, our survey found that they’re ramping up spending for automation—but also spending more on their labor force to ensure an adequate...

2022 Top 10 Supply Chain Software Suppliers

With nearly $10.3 billion in supply chain management revenues for 2021, the leading 10 providers of SCM software topped double-digit growth, growing faster than the overall SCM software market as enterprise leaders looked to tame persistent supply chain disruptions with modern Cloud-based software.With nearly $10.3 billion in supply chain management...

July intermodal volumes largely trend down, reports IANA

Total July volume—at 1,485,325 units—fell 3.2% annually. Trailers—at 70,445—saw another significant decline, down 29.0%. Domestic containers—at 661,775—was the lone product group seeing an increase, up 1.6% annually. All domestic equipment, which is comprised of trailers and domestic containers, was down 2.4%, to 732,220. ISO, or international, containers—at 753,105—fell 3.8%.Total July...

JLL Q2 report shows ongoing strong industrial real estate market trends

In its “U.S. Industrial Outlook: Q2 2022,” JLL cited various factors driving continued market strength, paced by rents topping the $8.00 per square-foot (PSF) mark, at $8.01, its highest level on record, with annual rent growth up 21% annually. Average PSF rents for warehousing & distribution and manufacturing came in...

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