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Amazon delivers a new kind of logistics

Although many people are focusing on Amazon's recent earnings miss, it's important to realize the online retail giant has spent more than ever on logistics infrastructure. Amazon clearly added assets and is hiring 120,000 people to push its internal logistics initiative...

source: By Robert Gordon
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Connecting Talent with Opportunity. WERC’s Career Center includes jobs from leading organizations in all aspects of the logistics industry. As a job seeker, you can post your resume online (for FREE), search open positions at your convenience, or set up custom job...

source: WERC

Demand for pallets is gaining healthy traction owing to increasing urbanization in emerging countries such as China, Brazil and India, implicating the establishment of better and safer goods transportation system in large-scale industries...

source: Modern Materials Handling

If your business depends on products being delivered to customers in perfect condition and on time every time, then the warehousing component of your supply chain management is one that you cannot afford to ignore. Even if you think your warehousing processes are up to...

source: The London Economic

Hiring is more competitive than ever as top companies battle startups and small businesses for the best workers. Everyone wants to attract millennials with the newest and best skills, but not every business has the budget to beat out the competition. You may be surprised...

source: Entrepreneur

Inventory is one of the largest costs for a distributor. Proper planning, positioning and turnover of the inventory can impact not only a business’ profits, but also its customer satisfaction, brand and reputation. While increasing inventory turns generates more free...

source: Industrial Distribution

Following its proposal for flying warehouses, online retailer Amazon has filed a patent that would see its depots submerged underwater, with items summoned to the surface by acoustic vibrations. Details of the patent, which was filed earlier this year in the U.S., have...

source: Dezeen

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