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News and analysis about retail supply chain management and logistics issues.

Report: Walmart to challenge Amazon Prime with subscription service

Walmart will reportedly introduce a new annual membership program by the end of July.

Amazon plans first fulfillment center in Arkansas

Amazon is opening a fulfillment center and a delivery station in chief rival Walmart’s home state.

Uber is moving forward in its partnership with grocery delivery startup Cornershop.

The returns experience plays a big part in online shopper satisfaction.

As e-commerce purchases grow during the COVID-19 pandemic, so do customer concerns about online returns.

Consumers who began ordering alcohol online during the pandemic may have discovered a long-term preference.

A leading supply chain standards group is now enabling suppliers, manufacturers and retailers to uniformly codify product color and size.

Target is expanding its assortment of grocery items that customers can order online and pick up the same day in the store or at curbside.

Chipotle Mexican Grill is expanding its U.S. on-demand delivery footprint with a major third-party platform.

A Northeast regional grocer is bulking up its e-commerce infrastructure amid a continuing COVID-19-driven online shopping surge.

shopping cart in cloud

Digital sales growth is just one development during the COVID-19 pandemic that Deloitte expects will continue affecting retailers and CPG companies in the long term. Deloitte's InSightsIQ, which actively monitors and aggregates a diverse set of real-time consumer, macro, marketplace, competitive

The world’s largest convenience store retailer is partnering with on-demand delivery platform Vroom Delivery in America’s most distant state.

Domino’s Pizza is expanding its definition of on-demand delivery to include a new curbside pickup option.

Dr. Joel Schlessinger

Chain Store Age recently spoke with Dr. Joel Schlessinger, president of Omaha, Neb.-based

A former Nordstrom executive sees a new post-COVID-19 digital landscape with significant growth potential for retailers. Chain Store Age recently spoke with Kathy Gersch, executive VP at strategy execution and change management firm Kotter, about how the “new normal” of e-commerce presents

DHL Supply Chain is rolling out a “plug and play” robotics solution designed to ease the integration of automation into warehouses.

Chris Jones

COVID-19 is not stopping Casey’s General Stores from pursuing a wide range of online, mobile, CRM, marketing, and store growth initiatives.

An office supplies giant is breaking new ground with an on-demand delivery partnership.


The world’s largest sporting goods retailer is keeping its U.S. stores in the game during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gap Inc. is scaling its picking operation for online orders with a smart robotic solution. 

Amazon will reportedly redevelop a 96,000-sq.-ft. facility in Boston into a last-mile delivery hub.

A home furnishings retailer is decreasing lead time and improving shipment visibility with collaborative tracking.

An e-tail giant is using two brand new stores to increase its online grocery delivery capability in the Los Angeles area.

Mercatus and Square are both providing retailers managed services designed to ease the process of getting online orders to customers.

The Kroger Co. is bringing its leading-edge automated warehouse facilities to three different regions of the U.S. 

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