Black History Month is observed and celebrated every February. The inclusion of Black history and culture is essential for a true representation of our overall history. This month serves as a time to highlight the people who not only created foundational innovations, achievements, and art, but who also took action for equal rights and freedoms. Throughout Black History Month, we celebrate these achievements of the past, as well as Black history that’s being made today.
With the massive shift to ecommerce and spending since 2020, the demand for truck drivers has been through the roof, which also means the need for semi-parking and semi-storage has grown and will continue to grow.
It’s February, which also means it’s American Heart Month! According to AHA’s Hearth Disease and Stroke Statistics, heart disease continues to be the greatest health threat to Americans as it is still the leading cause of death worldwide. That being said, taking care of your heart is kind of a big deal.
Dallas has a reputation for extreme summer heat, but even hotter is the current demand in the region for logistics services. Let’s dive into some reasons why Texas is so desirable for corporations and families, and how that is leading to historically high demand for warehousing and transportation services in Dallas and across Texas.