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Wednesday, November 6, 2019 

The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) released its 2019 State of Logistics Report (paywall), authored by A.T. Kearney, in the second quarter of this year, naming STORD as a solutions partner in the landscape of shifting warehouse capacity and demand. The annual report identifies the year’s trends and industry outlooks in several areas of logistics, including air and ocean transport, trucking, warehousing, fulfillment, and related technologies.

According to the report, U.S. industrial warehouse/distribution net absorption is at an all-time high, and the national industry vacancy rate is at an all-time low. Buying and selling excess warehouse capacity has become extremely valuable as a result, and “as the pioneer of the networked distribution model, [STORD] has adapted to the changing demand by enabling customers to stand up new facilities in as little as two days.”

As ecommerce and rising consumer expectations drive demand for speedier delivery times, businesses need a warehouse partner to help them enter new markets with flexible capacity commitments, and ensure they have the data and expertise needed to scale.

Introducing technology to distribution networks gives visibility into the entire network of facilities, streamlining operations management and allowing access to analytics and data-driven insights.

To learn more about how STORD can help optimize your distribution network, contact us.

About Networked Distribution

Networked Distribution is a warehousing and distribution model that gives modern shippers a holistic, long-term solution to move their goods seamlessly. This model offers shippers greater automation, agility, and intelligence where there was previously manual work, long contracts, no visibility, and short-term fixes. Benefits include faster delivery, lower costs, improved visibility, and greater efficiency.