When will we see the last mile logistics?

Logistics is the term for the process of shipping goods between the warehouse and the consumer.

The logistics industry is in the midst of a big transformation in the past few years, as the cost of goods dropped dramatically and the amount of shipping volume was drastically reduced.

The most recent data suggests that the last-mile logistics industry in the United States is about to take a major hit.

In 2015, US consumers spent an average of $13,000 per person per day, according to a report by the Center for the Study of Labor Market Dynamics.

The average cost of shipping was about $7.50 per day in the first quarter of this year.

As of the end of the first half of this month, that was down to $6.25 per day.

That’s down to about a $2.50 drop per day over the same time period last year.

The drop is not necessarily a result of increased automation in the last miles of the world, as companies like Amazon have said.

Instead, it is a result that is a direct result of the cost savings that are coming from technology that’s coming online.

According to an estimate from research firm EY, last-miles logistics companies will spend about $5 billion this year alone on technology.

The companies that will be impacted the most are those that have the largest number of people working on their logistics operations.

But that doesn’t mean that the next company to lose its business will have the most money to spend on technology upgrades.

As companies are able to move beyond the idea of shipping by truck and onto more efficient delivery, they will also be able to use less of their resources.

Last-mile companies will also have to start spending money on research and development, which will ultimately lead to a faster increase in efficiency.

Last mile companies can now compete on efficiency, but that will likely take a few more years to pay off.

In the meantime, these companies are looking for ways to save money by moving beyond trucking.

For example, companies like UPS have been using automated logistics to cut down on the number of hours spent at the warehouse.

The company recently announced it was moving its logistics operations to a new location.

If it can maintain that cost savings, the company can be a contender in the industry.