However, Material Handling and Logistics reports that e-commerce may make it difficult for warehousing tactics to be successful as consumer’s habits continue to evolve. As a result demand for warehouse space has skyrocketed, with companies hoping to provide quick deliveries thanks to smart warehouse strategies.
Additionally, buying a warehouse in a desirable area may mean paying a lot for the property, so the news provider reports that many operations are taking their inventory to the skies, as they look for tall spaces that don’t take up as much room length-wise, helping keep property costs down.
Not only are companies looking for permanent warehouse space, according to Business Report, there’s been a growing trend of “on demand warehouses” that serve as pop-up locations. This strategy helps companies that see ebbs and flows in sales throughout the years and do not want to commit to a full-time investment in certain areas.
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