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Supply Chain Growth in a Challenging Market: A Conversation with Weber’s CFO, Maggie Movius

May 12, 2022 / by Weber Logistics posted in West Coast Distribution, Third Party Logistics, west coast warehouses, Warehouse Rates, Inland Empire Warehouse, Inventory Control, Management, Leadership

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Weber Logistics’ CFO Maggie Movius has been busy. She’s navigated a worldwide pandemic, a partnership between Weber and Stellex Capital Management, and a doubling of Weber’s warehousing footprint in California – all within the past two years. In this article, we interview Maggie to discuss these topics, as well as the company’s ability to continue its growth in the face of marketplace challenges.

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Happening Now: Why You Should Care About Rising Diesel Fuel Prices

May 3, 2022 / by Weber Logistics posted in Happening Now

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A recent FreightWaves article makes the case that every American should be concerned about the rising cost of diesel fuel. While every passenger car driver is well aware of the price increases of gasoline, many don’t know that diesel has increased by $1.57 a gallon since February 1st.

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Understanding current and upcoming California CARB regulations

Apr 28, 2022 / by Weber Logistics posted in Transportation Strategies, Logistics Compliance

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For logisticians operating in the Golden State, there is no shortage of regulations to comply with. Many of the most stringent and expensive trucking regulations are determined by CARB – the California Air Resources Board. In this article, we’ll examine current CARB requirements as well as new regulations that will soon come into effect.

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Happening Now: SoCal Industrial Vacancies Fall to New Low

Apr 20, 2022 / by Weber Logistics posted in Happening Now

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According to Connect CRE, industrial vacancies in Southern California reached a new low in Q1. At the same time, industrial rents are 25% higher than a year ago.

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Weber Logistics Acquires Pacific Coast Warehouse Company to Continue Strong Growth Pace

Apr 4, 2022 / by Weber Logistics posted in West Coast Distribution, west coast warehouses, weber logistics news

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Weber Logistics has acquired California warehousing provider, Pacific Coast Warehouse Company (PCWC). The terms of the deal were not disclosed.

PCWC will be rebranded as Weber Logistics. All current PCWC employees will become Weber employees by May 1, 2022.

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Should Shippers Avoid West Coast US Ports Due to Port Contract Talks?

Mar 31, 2022 / by Weber Logistics posted in Southern California Ports, West Coast Distribution, Port Logistics, Labor issues

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“Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water…” This famous tagline for Jaws 2 may well apply to importers into West Coast US ports these days. These shippers are still contending with port congestion and delays, while also getting ready to navigate a new challenge of possible slowdowns due to contract negotiations at West Coast ports.

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Weber Logistics Appoints New Leaders To Drive Continued Expansion

Mar 22, 2022 / by Weber Logistics posted in weber logistics news

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Weber Logistics has announced two new senior leadership appointments today as it continues to build a best-in-class supply chain organization to exceed customer expectations in an increasingly complex marketplace.

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Q&A: Why is it impossible to find California warehouse space?

Mar 17, 2022 / by Weber Logistics posted in Public Warehousing, Shared Warehousing, west coast warehouses, Warehouse Rates, Warehouse operations, Inland Empire Warehouse, Warehouse

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The quest for California warehouse space is more challenging than ever. Whether you’re partnering with a 3PL or looking to secure space on your own, you’re going to need deep pockets, perseverance, a competitive spirit, and a little luck. To get more insight into the situation, we spoke with Weber Logistics’ Chief Executive Officer, Bob Lilja.

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Happening Now: $450 million in new port grants announced

Feb 25, 2022 / by Weber Logistics posted in Happening Now

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According to an article in FreightWaves, the U.S. Maritime Administration has announced nearly $450 million in FY22 competitive grant funding “for projects to help ports speed cargo flows and ultimately lower costs for consumers.”

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Happening Now: Inland Empire Warehouse Rent Costs Continue to Surge

Feb 3, 2022 / by Weber Logistics posted in Happening Now

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A new article in the Sourcing Journal reveals that industrial rents in the Inland Empire climbed 59.6% in the fourth quarter of 2021, while the vacancy rate declined to 0.6%.

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