Supply Chain & Logistics Blog
Despite just a modest rise in consumer spending nationally, the Port of Long Beach reported its busiest July on record.
In the aftermath of the indiscriminate lockdowns in major manufacturing hubs in China, most western companies are examining reshoring and other alternative sourcing options.
Negotiators with the ILWU and the Pacific Maritime Association are discussing a plan to allow all West Coast marine terminals to open an hour earlier.
C.H. Robinson and Waymo envision autonomous trucks being used by smaller carriers in dedicated long-haul operations, freeing drivers to pursue more short-haul freight.
The pandemic supply chain meltdown accelerated the trend of corporations prioritizing their supply chain risk mitigation strategies.
WCL’s Supply Chain News focuses on providing the supply chain industries with news affecting goods movement and warehousing.
Part 2 of the Global Supply Chain Meltdown series, reviews some of the immediate actions taken by various stakeholders to respond to the crisis.
The extensive multiple interweaving disruptions and market volatility caused by the pandemic are on an entirely different scale than past disruptions.
Southern California’s entire international supply chain network has been fractured with numerous pain points since imports began to increase rapidly in late June.
How often is your management team discussing innovative, out-of-the-box strategies to bring more value to your customers?
The post-COVID-19 Supply Chain world is seeing dramatic changes that impact the industrial real estate industry.
The March edition of WCL Consulting’s insights for the Ports of Long Beach & Los Angeles Region Goods Movement Dynamics.
WCL Consulting provides insights into the Ports of Long Beach & Los Angeles Region Goods Movement Dynamics.
If you are involved in goods movement through the Ports of Long Beach & Los Angeles, WCL’s SoCal Logistics Resource Team can help.
Global supply chain market intelligence provides valuable information for IRE investors and developers to enhance their value propositions.
IRE professionals understand the importance of the Ports of LA & LB’s import volumes as major contributors for warehouse demand across the region.
Nuggets from the USC Global Supply Chain Summit that could potentially enhance key business strategies in the industrial real estate industry.
City Planning Officials often worry their approval of a new warehouse facility may create serious problems with local citizens and voters.
An innovative method to make your California EIR more bullet proof, incorporating logistics and warehouse operations market information.