Latest trends and best practices in Third Party Logistics technology, software solutions and providers of supply chain planning, operations, shipping and distribution.
Posted 09/29 · 02:20 PM · LM Editorial
C.H. Robinson Worldwide (CHRW) announced this week that its subsidiary C.H. Robinson Company has acquired Timco Worldwide, a Davis, Calif.-based provider and marketer of quality produce, specifically melons.
Posted 09/26 · 12:26 PM · LM Editorial
Freight broker Total Quality Logistics (TQL) recently announced it has opened a new satellite office in Dayton, Ohio.
Posted 09/21 · 12:19 PM · LM Editorial
Third party logistics transportation services provider Exel, a wholly-owned entity Deutsche Post DHL, recently announced it plans to begin construction on a 250,000 square-foot distribution facility in Laredo, Texas.
Posted 09/20 · 10:01 AM · LM Editorial
ODFL officials said that the opening of this new location is spurred by significant growth in this region.
Posted 09/14 · 09:19 AM · LM Editorial
CEVA Logistics recently announced it is ramping up its less-than-container-load (LCL) service offerings, with the addition of a new service from Hamburg to New York.
Posted 09/08 · 11:11 AM · LM Editorial
Entitled the Kerry (Hung Yen) Logistics Center, company officials said this facility, which is located between Hanoi and the port city of Haiphong and provide direct ocean access to international markets, will begin operations in November.
Posted 09/02 · 08:58 AM · LM Editorial
Non asset-based third-party logistics services provider Road Runner Transportation Services (RRTS) said it has officially closed its acquisition of the outstanding stock of Prime Logistics Corporation for roughly $97.5 million.
Posted 09/01 · 04:34 PM · LM Editorial
By continually working to expand its 3PL relationship, this fast-growing manufacturer has been able to concentrate on the bigger picture—expanding into new markets, launching new products, gaining efficiencies in its operations, and reducing manufacturing and labor costs.
Posted 09/01 · 01:10 PM · MMH Editorial
While the logistics real estate market finished 2010 on a strong note, various factors—such as high oil and gas prices, debt issues in the U.S. and abroad, the earthquake and tsunami in Japan contributed to the very real possibility that the first half of 2011 would not be as fortunate.
Posted 09/01 · 12:55 PM · LM Editorial
According to the report, the U.S. logistics market had 32.7 million square feet absorbed, which Grubb & Ellis pointed out is a level that has not been reached since 2007. Of that 32.7 million square feet, it was more heavily weighted towards the second quarter, which had a quarterly net absorption of 18.1 million square feet.