Warehousing History, Present & Future Focus of New Podcast

IWLA Launches Podcast Telling the Stories of 3PL Warehousing

Des Plaines, Ill. – (Aug. 31)– IWLA (International Warehouse Logistics Association) is excited to announce the launch of a new podcast, "Warehousing Unboxed." This broadcast will take listeners on an immersive journey into the dynamic and ever-evolving world of warehousing, providing industry professionals and curious individuals knowledge and practical insights into the 3PL (third-party logistics) warehousing industry.

Each episode of "Warehousing Unboxed" explores the warehousing landscape. Through discussions and interviews with prominent industry leaders, listeners will gain an insider's perspective on the challenges, strategies, and best practices employed by 3PL warehouses across North America.

From inventory management and order fulfillment to transportation logistics, warehouse automation, and emerging technologies, "Warehousing Unboxed" leaves no box unpacked. The podcast delves deeply into these crucial topics.

The inaugural episode of "Warehousing Unboxed" is scheduled to premiere in September 2023. Listeners can expect a captivating dive into the present landscape of the warehousing industry, offering valuable insights and practical advice from industry experts who are at the forefront of innovation.

“Some of the best podcasts tell the stories of success, failure, and change,” says IWLA President & CEO Jay Strother. “IWLA has 130 years of stories to share about an evolving and crucial industry. 'Warehousing Unboxed' is for anyone interested in learning how an industry matures and interested in understanding how this specialized segment of the supply chain drives North America.”


For more information about "Warehousing Unboxed" and to stay updated on upcoming episodes, visit www.IWLA.com. It will be available anywhere you find podcasts.


For media inquiries and photos, contact IWLA Manager of Marketing & PR Marina Donahue at 847.813.4696; mdonahue@IWLA.com.

About IWLA: Since 1891, the International Warehouse Logistics Association has been the resource for warehouse logistics, advocacy, and education. For more information, visit www.IWLA.comIWLA, formerly the American Warehouse Association, serves more than 500 corporate members representing nearly 4,000 warehousing locations.