Logistics has developed into a science of efficiency. But these days, distribution center (DC) efficiency is about far more than how fast you get your orders out the door. Long-term cost efficiencies require specifying for materials, building systems and designs that will provide energy savings and lasting operational cost savings. Especially when considering how many warehouses must be heated, cooled or able to control for humidity, designing for energy efficiency becomes that much more ...

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