News and analysis about retail supply chain management and logistics issues.
A leading specialty beauty retailer is the latest non-grocer to collaborate with Instacart for same-day online delivery.
A Midwest/Mid-Atlantic supermarket retailer is equipping its curbside pickup program with mobile location services.
Haber Holding is enabling omnichannel shopping by centralizing its view of inventory and fulfillment.
Lowe’s Companies is expanding a new self-service option for customers picking up online orders at its stores.
Walmart’s latest drone initiative is designed to speed up the delivery of at-home COVID-19 test kits to consumers’ homes.
With e-commerce sales surging past 20% during the pandemic, shopping center operators have had serious discussions about turning their empty department store anchors into last-mile distribution centers.
Another major retailer aims to eliminate carbon emissions from its operations in the next 20 years.
Amazon is taking some of its fulfillment closer to where its customers live.
A San Francisco-based online grocer is making its proprietary Grocery OS on-demand delivery software available for other grocers to integrate nationwide.
Bed Bath & Beyond has made a crucial hire as it works to turnaround its operations.
Walmart’s latest drone pilot will provide on-demand delivery of select health-and-wellness products.
A Texas-based regional grocer is joining the burgeoning trend of supporting omnichannel services with automated micro-fulfillment technology.
In the early days of the pandemic, big-box retailers such as Walmart and Target saw an influx of customers, while others deemed non-essential suffered from reduced or halted traffic.
FedEx is offering a new location awareness tool for packages in its supply chain, with an eye toward eventual COVID-19 vaccine shipments.