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E-commerce gives ship to shore new meaning


October 22, 2020


(American Shipper) l brokerage services in Cushman & Wakefield’s Jacksonville, Florida, office, said e-commerce grew from roughly 13% to 14% of U.S. retail sales to 18% to 19% in just the past six months.


“That’s just a huge spike,” Horsely said. “New habits are being created.”


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