The slow growth of the U.S. economy after its recovery stage will continue at least through the end of 2015, according to the 24th annual "State of Logistics Report" from the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals. The report found the industry is facing problems related to demand, warehouse costs and capacity, and expansion reluctance. "I believe that we are experiencing a new order that is translating into the new way of life for the economy and the logistics and supply chain sectors for the foreseeable future," said Rosalyn Wilson, lead writer of the report.

Related Summaries