Items Tagged with 'logistics'

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Logistics company ranks among 'Top 100'

September 29, 2014
A third-party logistics and cold storage provider has earned spots on a pair of “Top 100” rankings by industry trade publications. Read More

Logistics supplier acquires software maker

December 23, 2013
A global maker of logistics equipment and software with a large local presence has acquired a developer of maintenance-management software in Bigfork, Mont. to expand its cloud-based portfolio. Read More

Logistics supplier enters Grand Rapids market

October 29, 2013
A national manufacturer of material-handling systems is moving into the Grand Rapids market with an engineering office. Read More

Art-supply distributor packages 200 job openings

August 23, 2013
A distributor of art supplies will host a job fair this Saturday to fill more than 200 permanent and seasonal warehouse positions. Read More

Dematic expands on West Coast

July 15, 2013
Logistics supplier Dematic is expanding its West Coast operations. Read More

Beer distribution is all about timing and loads

Founders finds keeping close tabs on consumption essential.

February 1, 2013
At the base of Founders Brewing Co.’s production model is Toyota’s “Make what customers want, when they want it.” Read More

For Michigan Blood, logistics really is life or death

Statewide blood supplier faces complicated issues.

January 25, 2013
A pint comes out, a pint goes in. That’s likely how many people feel blood donation works. In reality, the blood business is a whole lot more complicated. Read More

Warehousing space has grown, albeit slowly

October 8, 2012
Of the roughly 94 million square feet of industrial space in the metro market, the amount dedicated to warehousing and distribution has varied over the years, ranging from 30 percent to 50 percent of the total square footage. The main driver of that fluctuation is how active manufacturing firms are at the time. Read More

Collaboration is the new key to recovery

October 8, 2012
Sometimes, the logistics industry is saddled with the reputation of being “cutthroat,” so it might surprise some to learn that many of Michigan’s pieces are playing nicely when it comes to transportation and distribution. Read More