News and analysis about retail supply chain management and logistics issues.
Microsoft is preparing a public preview for its new Microsoft Cloud for Retail platform.
Gap Inc. is investing in a new fulfillment center as it looks to double its digital sales during the next couple of years.
A handmade and vintage goods e-commerce retailer is stepping up its carbon reduction efforts.
Walgreens is launching its third partnership with a major online delivery platform in less than a year.
Amazon is teaming up with MIT to add driver intuition to the machine learning (ML) models used for optimizing delivery routes.
In today’s challenging economic environment, fuel and convenience retailers face a critical inflection point.
CSA recently spoke with John Pennisi, a former member of the New York-based Lucchese Mafia family, about the extent of organized crime’s involvement in retail and specific ways criminal enterprises attempt to exploit the industry for profit.
A value-oriented grocery retailer is obtaining a single view of all activities involving its warehouses and distribution centers.
Peavey Mart is modernizing its e-commerce site to drive personalized commerce, order management, and fulfillment across channels.
A global supermarket conglomerate is backing up a commitment to boost its online capacity in the U.S. while increasing its competition with America’s largest grocer.
Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. is selecting Oracle as its enterprise resource planning (ERP) technology provider.
Despite the disruption of global supply chains by COVID-19, regionalization is a low priority among supply chain professionals.
A leading discount retailer is the latest in a growing line of retailers outside the grocery vertical to partner with Instacart.
Supermarket conglomerate Ahold Delhaize USA is unveiling a detailed strategy to provide healthier products with a more sustainable supply chain.