Closing out the third quarter of 2023, there are several factors on the minds of the supply-chain community: Inflation, safety and compliance, threats of a recession, new technology adoption, and more. While some–if not all of these—are affecting the transportation and logistics industry, they could also possibly trickle down to public warehousing.
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As noted in the previous quarterly report, the public warehousing landscape is experiencing similar challenges and trends aligned with the supply chain and logistics industries. Given current freight rates, labor retention, and evolving technologies, the industry is on a similar trajectory.
As a critical component of the logistics and supply chain management landscape, public warehousing provides companies safe storage of goods, as well as combustible chemicals and hazardous materials.
Ed Martin of Evonik Industries points to American Warehouses as a trusted logistics partner, committed to customer satisfaction, personalized service, and cost-effective operations.
Case Study: American Warehouses Reduces Storage Costs & Streamlines the Warehousing Process for Clariant Corporation
Clariant Corporation Operations Manager Keith Pennington explains how the company’s strategic partnership with American Warehouses reduced transportation and storage costs and simplified the warehousing process.
Leasing warehouse space has the potential to yield some attractive benefits for a business looking to maximize its distribution activities. Doing so, however, represents a significant financial and logistical undertaking, which means the best approach to exploring leasing opportunities is to do so only after considering a number of key factors.
When it comes to shipping and storing goods, it’s hard to beat Houston. Whether you’re seeking short- or long-term storage, the city’s location, rental prices, and associated services make it worthwhile.
Warehousing is an essential service for companies across diverse industries, from manufacturing and wholesale distribution to consumer goods and retail. While some companies are large enough to run their own warehouses, many others lack the necessary resources to do so—making public warehousing services indispensable.
It’s difficult to overstate the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the global economy. Despite central banks’ best efforts, markets remain volatile, with manufacturing, oil and gas, and consumer goods among the worst-hit sectors.
No matter if you’re storing dry goods or hazardous chemicals, looking to re-palletize an inbound shipment or simply a place to overnight an outbound order, when searching for the right warehouse space, you should select one that’s not only large enough, but also well organized.