Articles About Industrial

Author:
Michael J. Alter
Posted:
01.05.2022

The Key to E-Commerce’s Success

Businesses are modernizing their industrial operations. “Last-mile” locations, or warehouses near population centers, are in demand and so are robots that improve throughput.

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Author:
Richard M Gatto
Posted:
12.22.2021

A New Era for Manufacturing

Manufacturing is experiencing a paradigm shift. As American consumers find it harder to obtain foreign-made products because of global supply-chain issues, businesses are reconsidering the benefits of having factories outside of North America.

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Author:
Eduardo J. Quant
Posted:
12.15.2021

Industrial Real Estate’s Bright Present

With industrial demand remaining high during the pandemic, businesses need more space for manufacturing and distribution.

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Author:
Richard M. Gatto
Posted:
10.11.2021

How the Pandemic Has Changed Where and How We Work

It’s become clear that there have been many changes in our lives since the pandemic hit our country in 2020. Furthermore, these changes, even those that were assumed to be temporary when they were first introduced, have impacted us for the long term. Our work life is perhaps the most obvious and pervasive example.

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Author:
Michael J. Alter
Posted:
09.07.2021

How Can Businesses Sustain a Strong Company Culture During a Pandemic?

According to an article by Stephanie Heiple, “Organizational Culture Implications on Office Design and Employee Performance,” the concept that each company has a culture is a relatively new idea.

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Author:
admin
Posted:
04.06.2017

How New Technology Trends are Shaping the Industrial Sector

According to recent studies, the logistics and industrial sectors are set to continue their growth in 2017, as consumer demand for online purchasing grows. Excluding automobile sales, eCommerce has grown from 1% in the first quarter of 2000 to 9.3% in the third quarter of 2016. We expect that share to increase by another 1% by the end of 2018. The current rate of $100 billion eCommerce sales per month will increase by roughly 25% to nearly $125 billion per month in the fourth quarter of 2018.

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Author:
Pat Gallagher
Posted:
08.08.2012

China’s New Growth Sector: The Internal Logistics Market

The country’s economy — still powering along at 7.6% GDP growth in the second quarter, even after a much-talked-about slowdown — and especially its gradual shift toward domestic consumption and a burgeoning e-commerce market, is fueling a long boom in the sector. China’s industrial sector has fallen to an 8-month low.  The Purchasing Managers’ Index […]

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Author:
Mark McDowell
Posted:
06.29.2011

GE Enters the Solar Power Business

The nation’s largest conglomerate – General Electric – is getting into the solar business in a big way with the firm’s announcement that it is investing $600 million to build a new solar-panel manufacturing plant as it pursues what it thinks could be a $3 billion business by 2015.  The firm, already a leader in […]

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Author:
James I. Clark III
Posted:
05.09.2011

Bernanke Press Conferences Shedding Light on the Fed’s Inner Workings

Ben Bernanke’s first-ever press conference is important because the unprecedented move gives the world a look at the inner workings of the often arcane Federal Reserve.  As a general rule, the Fed’s chairman avoids press conferences.  Typically they issue statements that are worded with extreme care.  Since the economic meltdown, however, the Fed’s increased role […]

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Author:
Tom Silva
Posted:
05.03.2011

Facebook May Breach the Great Firewall of China

Social networking could gain 1.3 billion new users if a deal goes through that will introduce Facebook to China.  Facebook Inc. has signed an agreement with Baidu, Inc.  a search engine company, to create a social-networking website in China.  “We are currently studying and learning about China, as part of evaluating any possible approaches that […]

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