Logistics, Warehousing & Distribution

Development News | June 23, 2021
CA: Gymshark To Expand North American Fulfillment Footprint   

Gymshark, the U.K.-based fitness apparel brand, plans to open its first U.S. distribution center in July in Rialto, Calif. More>>

Development News | June 23, 2021
AL: Ashland’s Williams Fire Launches $1 Million Expansion, to Add Jobs   

Williams Fire Apparatus is adding an 18,000-square-foot service facility that will mean new jobs in Ashland. More>>

Development News | June 21, 2021
TN: Helen of Troy Limited to Open Distribution Facility, Creating 350 Jobs   

Helen of Troy Limited officials announced that the company will establish new distribution operations in Fayette County, expecting to create 350... More>>

Development News | June 17, 2021
LA: New Amazon Robotics Facility in Baton Rouge to Create 50 Jobs   

Company plans to serve Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas markets; project will create 50 new direct jobs. More>>

Development News | June 16, 2021
FL: Kroger Opens Customer Fulfillment Center in Groveland, Employing 400   

Kroger's second customer fulfillment center is up and running in Groveland, Fla., part of the greater Orlando metro area, employing nearly 400... More>>

Development News | June 16, 2021
AL: Amazon to Open Huntsville Fulfillment Center, Creating 500+ Jobs   

Amazon announced plans to open a 1 million-square-foot fulfillment center in Huntsville, a project that will create over 500 jobs. More>>

Development News | June 15, 2021
TN: Electrolux Opens New Warehouse at Springfield Campus   

Electrolux hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening of its new Springfield, Tenn., warehouse. More>>

Development News | June 15, 2021
FL: Sprouts Opens Orlando Distribution Center, Creating 57 New Jobs   

Phoenix-based Sprouts Farmers Market Inc. recently opened its 135,000-square-foot distribution center in Orlando, creating 57 new jobs. More>>

Agency | June 14, 2021
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Industry News | June 14, 2021
Covid Impact On Imports Easing, But Numbers Are Still Below Last Year   

A new report indicates the impact of COVID-19 at major U.S. retail container ports appears to be easing, although projected imports are still below... More>>