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Supply Chain

Latest Headlines

Latest Headlines

Sears is winning with logistics

Sears Holdings has lost money for the past five years and continues to sell assets. But there's one division trending to the positive: logistics.

New extreme value grocer opens as Mill Street Merchants

LogicLane is taking its B2B supply chain and wholesale model to the public with a new grocery outlet.

Nordstrom invests in software company

Nordstrom may be consolidating its technology team, but that doesn't mean the company is dialing back efforts to support and grow digital operations.

How Target's omnichannel strategy grew from nothing

CHICAGO – At Target, the path to becoming an omnichannel retailer started with the supply chain.

Walmart months away from deploying drones

Walmart is following Amazon's lead and looking to use drones, but not for delivery. The retailer says it's six to nine months from deploying drones inside warehouses.

Target testing robots

Target is testing robots to assist with inventory and supply chain issues inside a store in San Francisco.

Hudson's Bay to use robots

Hudson's Bay Co. is building a new fulfillment center that will feature robotic technology to support all retail channels.

Amazon adding college pickup

Amazon is opening new pickup locations on college campuses, giving students more opportunities to order goods from the retailer.

Hy-Vee opens training and fulfillment center

Hy-Vee is about to transform a shuttered retail store into a training facility and fulfillment center to support the grocer's growing online operations.

Amazon's secret hub network

Amazon has quietly built a network of 58 Prime Now hubs to fulfill one- and two-hour deliveries. But the 50,000- to 60,000-sq.-ft. warehouses serve the same purpose as a store doubling as a fulfillment center, as the retailer tries to reduce shipping costs.