Take a behind-the-scenes look at some of the facilities and members of HD Supply, which has more than 6.9 million square feet of space in its distribution centers.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at some of the facilities and members of HD Supply, which has more...
Video Market Report 12: Interline Brands Bought, Airgas & Stellar Industrial Acquisitions, And Grainger's Profit JumpsJuly 30, 2015 9:42 am | by Industrial Distribution Staff | Comments
This week's VMR covers Home Depot's $1.63 billion purchase of Interline Brands, the latest...
ID chats with contributing editor Jack Keough on how distributors' practices will be affected by...
Fastenal – No. 12 on Industrial Distribution's 2014 Big 50 List – takes you on a journey of key events and milestones in company history starting with its IPO in 1987.
Video Market Report 11: Oberton Rejoins Fastenal, Grainger Gets Cyberattacked, And Several Big 50 AcquisitionsJuly 23, 2015 8:22 am | by Industrial Distribution Staff
In our latest VMR, we discuss Grainger's June cyberattack, Fastenal's latest quarterly earnings and Will Oberton's return to the role of CEO, acquisitions for three Big 50 companies, and examine 3D printing's potential in the market.
ID editors Anna Wells and Mike Hockett discuss the impact of newfound Amazon Business on industrial distributors, with insights from executives Prentis Wilson and Petra Schindler-Carter.
Graybar CEO Kathy Mazzarella talks about receiving the 2015 NAED Women in Industry Trailblazer Award, the challenge facing distribution as a B2B business, and the numerous job opportunities in the industry.
While it’s true that some companies are bringing manufacturing back to the U.S., just as much new outsourcing is underway, according to new Wharton research.
Regulatory and technological obstacles may hold back the driverless car for decades. But one of the first driverless semi-trucks is already driving, legally, on the highway's of Nevada.
The National Association of Manufacturers released a new study that states the ozone regulation under consideration by the EPA could cost manufacturing and the total U.S. economy $140 billion per year.
32 Advisors Founder and CEO Robert Wolf discusses the future of commercial and industrial drones.
Societe Generale Global Head of Oil Research Michael Wittner discusses rising U.S. oil stockpiles.
Forget about forgetting passwords.
Long-time NetSuite customer EcoBox shares the story of their journey to build a successful, growing distribution company out of boxes, new and used.
The U.S. is pumping so much oil it's running out of places to stash it, and that could have a big impact on oil prices. So what happens if we run out of space? And what are the chances that will happen? Bloomberg's Tom Randall explains.
Amazon's ambitious Prime Air drone delivery service took another step forward Thursday, after the FAA gave the company permission to test its drones under a strict set of requirements.
A new report from the Institute for Women's Policy Research forecasts the national gender wage gap will close in the year 2058, meaning women will not receive equal pay for the next 43 years. In some states, it will take even longer.
At the end of last Wednesday the dollar ended at its highest value of $1.05 against the euro in 12 years. This isn’t the end either, according to analysts the dollar could very well become even more valuable in the coming days.
If oil rigs lead to new wells, fewer rigs should lead to less oil, right? Not necessarily. Bloomberg's Tom Randall explains.
ProPublica and NPR's joint investigation found drastic cuts to workers compensation benefits and employees' access to those benefits.
There are 36 ships anchored offshore waiting to get into the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Despite a new contract for dockworkers, there's still an enormous backlog of cargo waiting to be shipped overseas.
As countries around the world take efforts to weaken their currencies the strength of the U.S. dollar is rising. While, this may seem positive at face value a strong U.S. dollar can have some unfortunate consequences.
U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez meets with negotiators for both the dockworkers' union and maritime association for a second straight day Wednesday in San Francisco to try and resolve a stalemate between dockworkers and their employers.