Coronavirus outbreaks haven’t just caused supply chain disruption, they’ve disrupted nearly every supply chain in the world in some way.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused an unexpected boom in the e-commerce sector that accelerated the consumer shift to e-commerce by about five years. While this has been good for online sellers in a lot of ways, many ... Read More
The e-commerce boom created a drastic increase in demand for industrial real estate, leaving many retailers and distributors tighter than normal on space in their warehouses and fulfillment centers. Though a larger structure or an additional ... Read More
Originally published in The Detroit News. Efforts to dislodge a giant vessel from the Suez Canal continued, with rescue teams trying to get traffic moving again in the one of the world’s most important waterways. The Ever ... Read More
While warehousing and e-commerce fulfillment operations have dominated headlines as primary drivers of industrial real estate, the sector has other factors driving demand as well. As shipping bottlenecks from a global pandemic and ongoing trade disputes ... Read More
Though numerous industries rely on cold storage assets to safely store products, the U.S. cold chain wasn’t prepared for the massive surge in grocery e-commerce during the coronavirus pandemic. Online grocery sales grew by more than ... Read More
When COVID-19 vaccines started receiving emergency approval at the end of 2020, it seemed a sure bet that vaccines would be readily available to the most vulnerable U.S. citizens by January 2021. Unfortunately, supply chain hiccups ... Read More
LONGVIEW, TX (January 11, 2021) – Phoenix Logistics (“Phoenix Logistics”), an affiliate of national private commercial real estate firm Phoenix Investors headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, announced its acquisition of Sam Dunn Express (“SDX”), a regional asset-based trucking ... Read More