San Francisco has the shortest delivery "last mile" -- the distance between a product's final transportation stop and arrival at the customer -- at six miles, according to a CBRE survey. As more fulfillment centers are added to help get products to consumers faster, transportation and logistics providers will need to adjust, writes William Cassidy.
The urban delivery "last mile" is contracting rapidly
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