Warehousing Wearables: The New Reality in Logistics

While the concept of wearable technology was once a science-fiction like dream, wearables are quickly becoming the new reality in logistics. From pocket watches to Star Trek wrist communicators, we humans have no shortage of imagination. For a long time, however, many of our greatest ideas have been limited to the realm of fantasy. Now,...

Reflections on 2020

As we close out this year, we are reminded that 2020 has been difficult across all nations and societies.  Here at Pace, we are taking a moment to observe that one of the lessons of this tumultuous year is the ever-repeating truth that we can’t always have the good without the bad.  We should look...

Pace Launches B2C Deliveries

Accelerated Growth in B2C Final Mile Did you receive an e-commerce order delivered to your front door this week?  Odds are, yes you did.  As bigcommerce.com states, over 75% of shoppers worldwide make an online order at least once per month. The majority of those orders translate into B2C final mile deliveries. eMarketer indicates that U.S. e-commerce sales will likely reach...

“Peakiest” Holiday Season Ever?

Online Shopping Continues to Accelerate A recent survey conducted by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) concludes that the COVID-19 pandemic will not curtail the upcoming holiday season’s shopping spend.  The survey results state that the holiday shopping trend toward buying online, already accelerated this year by the coronavirus pandemic, will continue upwards as...

Are Electric Vehicles the Future of Freight?

Electric Power Gains Momentum Electric powered vehicles, long an alternative-fuel staple in the consumer market, have been much slower to gain acceptance in the commercial market. Several vehicle manufacturers, along with advocates in both the public and private sectors, are encouraging the adoption of electric freight vehicles for the logistics industry. While diesel will certainly...
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