The Logistics Managers Index fell the most since April 2022, when inventories were up and shipping and warehouse costs were sky-high.
Forget “the logic of the clock.” The airline is thinking about the airplane, not the customer, one expert told us.
Three years after the start of the pandemic, inventories are down and supply chains are less volatile.
As the global supply chain smooths out its kinks, warehouse costs are top of mind for the Legacy Companies.
In January, business inventories expanded. That's a positive sign about the economy's health.
You can thank our old pal, the supply chain.
But it will be easier than shipping COVID vaccines, and there are more options for delivering the rapid tests, experts say.
The pandemic and global supply chain backlog has transformed the relationship between retailers and supply chain companies.
The coronavirus makes planning and logistics even more difficult for industry coming off trade war with China.
For online retailers, urban warehouses are the key to same-day delivery.