A key factor in an efficient and cost-effective distribution network is a flexible 3PL partner with experienced staff, state of the art logistics technology and access to strategically located real estate.
While there is no shortage of demand for industrial real estate in the United States, supply won’t catch up with that demand any time soon. Though COVID-19 fueled a massive shift toward e-commerce, shoppers are expected to keep buying ... Read More
Most grocery sellers found themselves ill-prepared for the dramatic shift to online shopping that occurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and these businesses have spent the last year and a half struggling to implement affordable ... Read More
While other commercial real estate (CRE) sectors struggled during the COVID-19 pandemic, industrial real estate barely stumbled at all. As shoppers shifted their purchases online to avoid crowded stores, the ensuing eCommerce boom created a ... Read More
Ongoing supply chain disruptions stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic have caused American companies to consider reshoring production and logistics assets to U.S. soil. The Biden administration has openly supported these initiatives in its 2022 budget by ... Read More
As industrial business leaders and property owners focus on their own operations, it’s sometimes easy to forget that all businesses exist as part of a larger community. Without the support of the cities and towns they ... Read More
In a flexible warehousing arrangement, the hiring company—often an e-commerce or omnichannel retailer—hires a warehousing provider to handle distribution and fulfillment operations. As the name indicates, the difference between flexible warehousing and standard contract warehousing has ... Read More
The industrial real estate shortage has become a critical challenge for e-tailers and retailers alike as e-commerce activity continues to hold at record levels. Online vendors need to locate inventory closer to their customers to reduce ... Read More