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California port drivers, warehouse workers strike

Action targets XPO Logistics and NFI Industries operations over a wide area of Southern California.   Drayage truck drivers, warehouse workers and their supporters are participating in protests around the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and other locations in Southern California Monday aimed at ending what they say is exploitation

UPS connecting merchants, warehouses

Ware2Go also provides inventory visibility and tracks orders.   UPS has rolled out a technology company and platform called Ware2Go that’s designed to connect merchants with available warehousing capacity. Ware2Go also provides inventory visibility and tracks order progress for both the merchant and warehouse. Ware2Go officially launched in July after an incubation process with


Singapore Post (SingPost) has signed a logistics and warehousing contract with Specialized Bicycle Components. In a statement issued yesterday (5 July), SingPost said the three-year tie-up will see Specialized moving its regional warehousing operations from Hong Kong to SingPost’s regional logistics facility at the Tampines Logistics Park. As Specialized’s officially appointed Logistics and Warehouse

Every foot counts in warehousing

 Storage warehouse   As capacity tightens throughout the United States, shippers make best use of existing and future storage space. Escalating demand for freight storage in the United States is not expected to let up anytime soon, but industry analysts say various measures can be taken by warehouse operators and shippers to ensure

DHL acquires Colombian warehousing company, expands Latin American presence

Suppla operates in five regions and covers in 25 cities in Colombia with 4,500 employees.   The acquisition is enabling DHL Supply Chain to gain a competitive footprint in Colombia, a country with increasing competitiveness ranking and a favorable environment for foreign investment. DHL Supply Chain acquired Colombian company Suppla Group, a provider

Bolloré Logistics opens warehouse in Miami-area FTZ

On Thursday, March 29, Bolloré Logistics USA inaugurated its new Foreign Trade Zone facility in Miami, in presence of Clément Leclerc – Consul general of France in Miami, Cyrille Bolloré – CEO of Bolloré Transport & Logistics and Thierry Ehrenbogen. – CEO of Bolloré Logistics. The new site of more than 200,000

Rise in ‘on demand’ delivery sends e-tailers scrambling for warehouse space

E-commerce warehouse E-commerce was supposed to bypass the need for expensive downtown storefronts, but rising demand for two-day shipping has turned the tables, with warehousing space in or near cities – close enough to deploy last-mile deliveries – currently costing, on average, more than US$250,000 per acre, up 25 percent from

Bolloré Logistics’ San Francisco facility now a bonded warehouse

Bolloré Logistics' San Francisco facility Bolloré Logistics’ 13,000 square feet (1,208 sqm) warehouse space in San Francisco is now bonded to respond to increasing customer demand. In order to become a bonded warehouse, a series of steps had to be completed with US Customs. The entire process for documentation, site visit, security