warehouse labor costs

When it comes to warehousing costs and capacity, we start the year with a bit of good and bad news. The bad news is that warehouse capacity remains tight, with demand still exceeding supply.  The good news is that, according to international 3PL GXO Logistics, warehouse labor costs are starting to ease worldwide.

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pick and pack fulfillment

The COVID-19 pandemic, and the resulting eCommerce boom, showed many B2C companies that they need help with timely order fulfillment. Whether due to an inability to handle high order volumes or simply inexperience in the B2C marketplace, these companies have turned to a third-party logistics (3PL) provider to handle pick and pack fulfillment operations. In…

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warehouse inventory management

With companies holding on to more inventory, the inventory management capabilities of your 3PL partner are more important than ever. At the heart of those capabilities is the 3PL’s warehouse management system (WMS). In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the role of the WMS in the warehouse, and the benefits it can…

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North Carolina warehouse capacity

Across the country, warehousing vacancy rates are historically low, and lease prices are historically high. While this isn’t shocking in major hubs like Los Angeles/Long Beach and New York/New Jersey, it’s much less expected in states like North Carolina. In this article, we’ll take a look at North Carolina warehousing capacity and tell you why…

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As your business grows, a North Carolina logistics hub could make sense for many reasons. North Carolina offers a dynamic economy in a place where people want to be. Statistics show that North Carolina is growing at twice the national average. The cost and quality of life advantages are attracting many companies looking to establish…

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