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  • Price Increases, Shipping Delays and More: How COVID Is Breaking the Promotional Products Supply Chain March 5, 2021 7:14 am Print Professional The Port of Los Angeles sits in San Pedro Bay, an inlet on the Southern California coast that opens south into the Pacific Ocean. Its location, on the eastward side of a squarish chunk of land that juts down and out from the coast like a rogue molar, …
  • Warehouse rental market stable on-year, set for year-end boost March 5, 2021 7:14 am The Phnom Penh Post Warehouse rental demand and prices have remained similar at similar levels of those in the year-ago period as Covid-19 vaccination campaigns in Cambodia and around the world set a positive tone for the market, according to industry experts. Amatak Property …
  • Scramble for warehouses amid boom in online retail March 5, 2021 5:31 am Mint Last July, Amazon announced a 20% increase in its warehousing capacity to 60 fulfilment centres (FCs) in India, covering 32 million cu. ft across 15 states. It has also launched ‘receive centres’ that act as product collection points, where sellers ship …
  • It’s a safe bet: Utah’s liquor store employees will be getting raises March 5, 2021 1:32 am The Salt Lake Tribune (Tribune file photo) An employee at the state liquor store in Cottonwood Heights sorts through a large shipment of spirits. A bill that would give liquor store employee raises awaits the governor's signature. A bill that would boost the hourly wages at …
  • Build or die: How Twitter, Twilio and Snowflake co-founders transformed the enterprise March 4, 2021 3:19 pm SiliconANGLE Anyone who has ever used Twitter, eaten a plant-based product from Beyond Meat, adjusted the temperature using a Nest thermostat, researched a pin on Pinterest, communicated via Slack or paid for a meal using Square has one person to thank: Biz Stone. The …
  • New owners of former Brown and Williamson plant discuss plans for property March 4, 2021 10:16 am 13 WMAZ - Georgia Industrial Realty Group President Stuart Lichter says his company is talking to a few businesses that could move in. MACON, Ga. — The vacant building that once housed Macon's largest employer, Brown and Williamson plant, has been sold to a Los Angeles …
  • Baozun Announces Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2020 Unaudited Financial Results March 4, 2021 10:00 am EIN Presswire SHANGHAI, China, March 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Baozun Inc. (Nasdaq: BZUN and HKEX: 9991) (“Baozun” or the “Company”), the leading brand e-commerce service partner that helps brands execute their e-commerce strategies in China, today announced its …
  • Kramer Madison marks 85 years in the print industry March 3, 2021 4:20 pm Waunakee Tribune - Wisconsin Kramer Madison announced last month that it would be celebrating its 85th year in business by acknowledging those who have contributed to the print company’s success since the 1930s. “It’s important to recognize our historical milestones,” owner and …
  • Fremont’s high housing impact fees putting “spotlight” on the city, could go higher March 3, 2021 3:00 pm East Bay Times FREMONT — As attention has grown around how much cities charge developers in impact fees that help pay for parks, fire protection services and roads, Fremont leaders are weighing bumping most of the city’s fees, which are already among the highest in …
  • Monterey’s NPS at center of research to make metal parts at sea March 3, 2021 11:40 am Monterey Herald MONTEREY — Imagine you are serving on a Naval vessel during a potential conflict and a key piece of onboard machinery breaks, but the spare part is sitting in a warehouse in San Diego. Not to worry. A new 3-D printer technology is being developed at …