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Summer 2019 Newsletter

Midwest Warehouse Opens 14th Facility in Elwood, IL Midwest Warehouse announces the opening of a 14th facility in Elwood, IL. on July 1st - 2019. The new facility is 407,000 sq ft, racked, food grade with 36’ clear ceiling. Midwest shares that several new accounts and growth from existing business have been patiently awaiting the completion of this facility.


Spring 2019 Newsletter

What distribution centers can learn from high-end offices “Human centric design.” What does that mean? That was the question I asked myself when looking at the only words on the cover of a new distribution center marketing brochure targeted to corporate occupiers outside of Tokyo.


Winter 2019 Newsletter

Feel the Heat from Chicago?! Growth, Promotions and New Business for Midwest Warehouse DCA congratulates member company Midwest Warehouse on several major developments: On June 1st, Midwest will open its 20th facility in the Chicago area: a 425,000 sq ft 36’ clear, racked, food grade projected to open on June 1st in Elwood, IL.


Spotlight on Mid-Atlantic: Belts

How is business generally in your DCA region? Business in the mid-Atlantic region is relatively strong and still growing. More and more importers are recognizing the Port of Baltimore’s fast throughput times and its competitive access to U.S. consumers – over 2/3 of America’s economy can be reached overnight from Baltimore.


Summer 2018 Newsletter

New Dining-In Trend Strains Restaurant & Food Supply Chains Source: Supply Chain 24/7: April 18, 2018 · By Nigel Duckworth Ordering In Trend Has Raised the Stakes in the Food Supply Chain The dining in trend is hot and expected to keep on growing. A Cowen and Company study predicts that restaurant meal delivery will grow from $43 billion in 2017 to $76 billion in…


March 2018 Newsletter

Ecommerce: Dramatic Changes in Warehousing and Distribution Ecommerce is driving retailers to rethink their strategies from the ground up. Gone are the days when all products were distributed in bulk, with cases or containers of goods being picked, packed, shipped, and transported. Now single items must be picked and packed then shipped in small volumes or as individual pieces. This translates into dramatic changes in…

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