Truck Driving, Owner-Operator Trucking, and Warehousing jobs in America are increasing in several large metropolitan areas. USA has over 9 Million job openings, plus Holiday Season part-time work. This is not enough for everyone, but we’re improving.
Warehousing is becoming increasingly sustainable as large companies move more of their logistics operations underground in major cities like Springfield and Kansas City, Missouri. Food related businesses are Number One in this movement.
Conspiracy Theories proliferate about the use of old limestone mining operations as warehouses – people suspect a Shadow Government and plans for the White House to move west in event of the End of Days. However, businesses cost less to operate underground, because heating and cooling costs are slashed by a constant 60-degree F environment.
Dozens of huge underground warehouses are located in massive limestone deposits several states, many in the Midwest. Warehousing below ground is saving American businesses a lot of money every year and some of these subterranean systems are expanding.A single facility recently televised has over 300 trucks delivering goods every day.
In some locations, mining operations operate next door to underground warehouses without encroaching on them – the noise is not even evident.