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Warehouse & Logistics

Retailers

Lidl to Build Distribution Center, Regional Headquarters in Georgia

The 925,000-square-foot facility near Atlanta would support future stores.

Technology

Food Delivery Drones Get One Step Closer to Reality

The Lempert Report: Uber Eats will begin testing its new technology in San Diego in just a couple of weeks. 

A robotic center squeezes into a skyscraper basement in Tel Aviv, illustrating that flexibility isn't just a demand of consumers.

Ashland campus—reportedly chosen over sites in North Carolina—is expected to create 700 new jobs in the area.

AutoStore delivering a cube-based microfulfillment solution to U.S. grocery

The $480 million, three-year investment will move the retailer to full self-distribution and includes acquisitions of C&S warehouses and new facility builds.

The state-of-the-art facility is expected to open in summer 2020, expanding the wholesaler’s operations into the region.

The distributor has partnered with Symphony RetailAI to improve forecast accuracy and inventory in the warehouse and stores.

The retailer is partnering with warehouse logistics firm Dematic to put the promise of faster and more efficient grocery e-commerce to the test.

CEO Steven Spinner reflects on a "humbling year" for the transforming food distributor.

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