As America stays home, deliveries have struggled to keep up. Here's how the distribution network could change

Closed restaurants and shops, hoarding of household staples and a surge in online orders have exposed holes in America’s delivery network amid the coronavirus pandemic.Now, while consumers search for products such as face masks, hand soap, toilet paper and groceries, companies are evaluating major changes to where their products are made and how those goods are delivered.The early takeaway: Chicago, already a hub for manufacturing and warehouses, is in line for even more warehouses and distribution facilities than it has now.At a time when much of the commercial real estate industry is at a st...


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