Warehouse Anywhere

Warehouse Anywhere, a subsidiary of Life Storage, specializes in forward-deployed inventory across a nationwide network of over 10,000 locations. We partner with companies across a variety of industries, including pharmaceutical, medical device, and retail to help manage their inventory and supply chains more efficiently. Our third-party (3PL) and fourth-party (4PL) logistics capabilities include: inventory management, pick pack & ship, on-demand delivery, and location optimization. As a final mile solution, we get products closer to customers, reduce logistics costs, increase inventory tracking accuracy, and improve delivery times.

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UPS TO SPEND $216M ON EXPANSION AT MEMPHIS AIRPORT

UPS | February 25, 2020

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UPS is set to expand its facilities at the Memphis International Airport in Tennessee, a $216 million project the Airport Authority greenlighted late last week, according to multiple reports. The expansion, which marks the sixth amendment in the 23-year-old lease agreement, adds 1.1 million square feet of land to the 5.9 million square feet it already leases from the airport. UPS will reportedly use the space for facility support and trailer parking. The Memphis expansion follows UPS' announ...

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INVESTING IN SUPPLY CHAIN VISIBILITY CAN SAVE BILLIONS IN PHARMACEUTICAL LOGISTICS

FreightWaves | January 24, 2020

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As technology pours into the logistics industry and illuminates supply chain blind spots, opportunities for efficiency and profit abound. The pharmaceutical industry, for instance, loses at least $15 billion of product each year to temperature deviations that force cargo disposal. When taking additional costs into consideration, such as labor expenses for damage analysis and product replacement, the annual cost spikes to over $35 billion. When coupled with natural disasters like hurricanes, main...

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ADOPTION OF THE INTERNET OF ROBOTICS THINGS ACCELERATES

6 River Systems | September 29, 2020

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Adoption of smart robotics has accelerated this year, driving sophisticated automation in various environments. Introducing Internet of Things (IoT) functionality to robots isn’t new, however. In 2014, ABI Research introduced the concept of the Internet of Robotic Things (IoRT). The term described intelligent devices that can monitor events going on around them, integrate various sensor data types, use local and distributed intelligence to determine the best courses of action before manipu...

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BLUME GLOBAL BECOMES THE FIRST CARBON NEUTRAL SUPPLY CHAIN TECHNOLOGY PROVIDER

Blume Global | June 19, 2021

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Blume Global, a leading provider of logistics and supply chain solutions empowered by the largest globally associated multi-modal logistics network, is currently carbon neutral. To achieve carbon neutrality, Blume partnered with South Pole, a leading climate solutions provider and carbon project developer, to analyze Blume's carbon footprint and offset 1,805 tons of Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions. Blume offset these emissions by investing in a rooftop solar power project in New De...

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UPS TO SPEND $216M ON EXPANSION AT MEMPHIS AIRPORT

UPS | February 25, 2020

UPS is set to expand its facilities at the Memphis International Airport in Tennessee, a $216 million project the Airport Authority greenlighted late last week, according to multiple reports. The expansion, which marks the sixth amendment in the 23-year-old lease agreement, adds 1.1 million square feet of land to the 5.9 million square feet it already leases from the airport. UPS will reportedly use the space for facility support and trailer parking. The Memphis expansion follows UPS' announ...

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INVESTING IN SUPPLY CHAIN VISIBILITY CAN SAVE BILLIONS IN PHARMACEUTICAL LOGISTICS

FreightWaves | January 24, 2020

As technology pours into the logistics industry and illuminates supply chain blind spots, opportunities for efficiency and profit abound. The pharmaceutical industry, for instance, loses at least $15 billion of product each year to temperature deviations that force cargo disposal. When taking additional costs into consideration, such as labor expenses for damage analysis and product replacement, the annual cost spikes to over $35 billion. When coupled with natural disasters like hurricanes, main...

Read More
news image

ADOPTION OF THE INTERNET OF ROBOTICS THINGS ACCELERATES

6 River Systems | September 29, 2020

Adoption of smart robotics has accelerated this year, driving sophisticated automation in various environments. Introducing Internet of Things (IoT) functionality to robots isn’t new, however. In 2014, ABI Research introduced the concept of the Internet of Robotic Things (IoRT). The term described intelligent devices that can monitor events going on around them, integrate various sensor data types, use local and distributed intelligence to determine the best courses of action before manipu...

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SUSTAINABILITY

BLUME GLOBAL BECOMES THE FIRST CARBON NEUTRAL SUPPLY CHAIN TECHNOLOGY PROVIDER

Blume Global | June 19, 2021

Blume Global, a leading provider of logistics and supply chain solutions empowered by the largest globally associated multi-modal logistics network, is currently carbon neutral. To achieve carbon neutrality, Blume partnered with South Pole, a leading climate solutions provider and carbon project developer, to analyze Blume's carbon footprint and offset 1,805 tons of Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions. Blume offset these emissions by investing in a rooftop solar power project in New De...

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