65% of US retailers increased domestic production following COVID-19 says research

Mar 15, 2021
Survey suggests that US manufacturing base is receiving substantial investment, as 24% of respondents said they had established domestic production for the first time

Has COVID-19 delayed the creation of the sustainable supply chain?

Mar 10, 2021
In a new Reuters Events: Supply Chain report, supply chain executives asked about their business aims in 2021 said sustainability has fallen down their checklists

E-commerce revenues jump 20% in one year

Mar 9, 2021
Research estimates global revenues from e-commerce sales rocketed up by 20% from 2019 to 2020, forcing innovation to cope with the load

US retailers plan major investment into distribution networks to handle e-commerce boom

Mar 8, 2021
Percentage of retailers expecting to have a fully automated distribution centre within the next 12 months increases by half and the percentage of networks with micro-fulfilment centres expected to more than double over the next three years

Micro-fulfilment centres set to become core part of retail landscape in next decade

Mar 3, 2021
Micro-fulfilment is forecast to grow at a 60% CAGR between 2020 and 2026

Automotive industry unanimous that electric will dominate by 2030 and the industry will need to innovate manufacturing to handle potential costs

Mar 2, 2021
91% in Molex poll says that cars on the market will be fully electric or hybrid and 96% say factories will need to be renovated

US online retail sales up 62% YoY in January

Mar 1, 2021
US consumers enter 2021 with strong spending, pushing total retail sales up to 9.2%, with e-commerce leading the way

The need to know

Feb 26, 2021
The need to know for the week ending 26th February 2021

Logistics property update: February 2021

Feb 25, 2021
Key newbuilds and acquisitions from the frontlines of logistics property

Pressure on supply chains to balance cost and customer expectations

Feb 24, 2021
In an age of massively increased e-commerce, expectations for speedy delivery and widespread disruption, the pressure is on supply chain executives in 2020 to balance the books and deliver