Who says California is among the top logistics market in the United States?
That may be accepted wisdom here, but it’s not necessarily an accurate perception, according to a study released earlier this month.
The Golden State was given a B-minus in overall logistics health by Conexus, Indiana, a private entity that is a global leader in advanced manufacturing and logistics, and the Ball State University Center for Business and Economic Research in Muncie, Ind.
All states were graded based on how much logistics contributes to their economy, including the number of people logistics employs and what percentage of total income it produces.
The study, one of a series that Ball State produces every year regarding national economic trends, does not break state economies down by region.