The retailer has shipped from out-of-market distribution centers and made multiple deliveries for multi-unit products in order to reach customers quicker.
Supply Chain Dive
FedEx Express, pilots union reach tentative agreement
The deal follows years of negotiations and a strike authorization vote two weeks ago.
UPS, Teamsters agree to new terms for deliveries using the Postal Service
The tentative deal regarding the delivery giant's SurePost service is subject to ratification of the next national contract, which is still being negotiated.
ASCM launches new certificate to train supply chain workers in tech
CEO Abe Eshkenazi said companies continue to prioritize technology spend, and workers need training to understand concepts like big data, machine learning and AI.
Ford inks long-term lithium supply contracts
The automaker announced deals lasting through at least 2034 in three different countries.
How a DHL center in Seattle moves 4,000 packages daily
A team of 78 at the facility makes sure electronics, fashion merchandise and more get delivered in the Emerald City.
Kohl’s inventory down 6% as it makes way to chase merchandise
Executives say they feel good about current levels as they clear space and budget for newer goods.
FedEx launches tool for shippers to track emissions
FedEx Sustainability Insights is available in the U.S. for all shipments in the company's Express, Ground and Freight units.
Maersk opens supply chain innovation center
The New Jersey center has already been used to research or test a variety of logistics technology, including Verity warehouse drones and trailer unloading equipment from Boston Dynamics.
Flood of summer air cargo capacity further softens spot rates
With volumes falling for the 14th consecutive month, industry hopes for a rebound ahead of peak season continues to fade.