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Logistics and the Sharing Economy

What does the sharing economy mean for logistics? The sharing economy has already revolutionized how people travel between places – and now it’s beginning to transform how goods are transported.

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What does the sharing economy mean for logistics? The sharing economy has already revolutionized how people travel between places – and now it’s beginning to transform how goods are transported.

Logistics Management's “33rd Annual Salary Survey” reflects more diversity entering the logistics management market, and in marked contrast to 2016, paints a rosier outlook for career placement and advancement.

Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) culled feedback and opinions from 659 global logistics market experts on key property sector performance indicators by taking a look at the last six months and their expectations for the next six months.

Coming off of a record-breaking 2015, 2016 looks to be another banner year for supply chain real estate occupiers and investors, according to a logistics survey report recently issued by industrial real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle.

Black Friday may be one day a year, but the lessons learned about the limits of the current supply chains and possible creative solutions to address given limits are invaluable year-round.

In this white paper, we establish the overall dynamics, the rapid evolution, and finally the impact of e-commerce on the industrial sector and emergence of 'logistics' and 'distribution' properties.

TEUs are shifting and industrial occupancy is healthy across North American seaports.

Port Commissioners gave the go-ahead last Friday authorizing exclusive negotiations between the Port of Oakland and industrial real estate developer CenterPoint Properties to develop the next phase of a 170-acre Seaport Logistics Complex.

High demand for warehouses in Europe will persist over the next three years, the experts believe, with cost reduction being the key priority - online and multichannel trade will be the main driver of the logistics market growth.

Staples is shrinking, Radio Shack is sinking, and then there's Amazon and online e-commerce and the future of retail.

A new report, Perspectives on Supply Chain, from Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) says that the favorable economic conditions could present critical issues for the supply chain of the future.

In the next two years Amazon, the world's largest retailer, will use its own logistics network to deliver nearly every product sold on its Indian portal.

2014 is starting off with high demand from e-commerce and other users who are in the market for large, sophisticated space, and lots of it. Modern space with proximity to population centers and a robust logistics infrastructure will dominate the industrial real estate sector in 2014.

Warehouse and distribution center construction is making a comeback—and so is the desire to get back to green. Our facility design experts offer their take on the evolving benefits and share why sustainable design holds more value than ever.

Spain's government is pushing for talks to settle a dispute over $1.6 billion in cost overruns for expanding the Panama Canal, a project led by Spanish builder Sacyr, Spain's ambassador to Panama said recently.