Sales at Abercrombie & Fitch stores open at least a year grew at the fastest rate in six years. (WSJ)
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Missouri logging companies are having a hard time finding truck drivers because the drivers are being paid more in hurricane relief areas. (KOLR)
Prologis Inc. will build a 540,000-square-foot distribution center in Elizabeth, N.J., near the Port of Newark. (NJBiz)
Warehouse leasing prices in California’s Inland Empire were up 15% in the third quarter over the same period a year ago. (Press-Enterprise)
Amazon.com Inc. says it will use pharmacy licenses it recently acquired to sell medical supplies, not prescription drugs. (CNBC)
Pressure Systems International (PSI) has promoted JONATHAN GRAVELL to the new position of vice-president/business development. Since he joined PSI in 2012, he has served in technical sales, new project management, web and brand positioning, and as the firm’s team leader in the TST (Truck System Technologies) business purchase.
Fairbanks Morse, an EnPro Industries company, announced that KIMBERLY GETGEN has joined the company as vice-president of strategic marketing. Previously, she was vice-president of marketing at energy Internet of Things (IoT) company Blue Pillar.
The Georgia Ports Authority approved the Mason Mega Rail Terminal project to double on-dock rail capacity. (Business in Savannah)
Ceva Logistics cut its third-quarter loss nearly in half to $22 million on double-digit gains in air and ocean freight volumes. (Air Cargo News)
Under Armour Inc. will push more direct-to-consumer sales after reporting its first-ever quarterly sales decline. (WSJ)