Industrial Real Estate

Commentary

Don’t have the time to rehash last year and want to know what’s in store for the next 18 months? You’ve got freight to move, so here are the takeaways from the annual State of Logistics report released on Tuesday by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals and JOC.com reporting.

News & Analysis

22 Nov 2016
China's shift to automated factories will keep transportation supply chains in place.
15 Nov 2016
Tightening space and rising rental rates in Vancouver are driving some Western Canadian importers to move their distribution hubs inland — roughly 604 miles inland to Calgary.
07 Nov 2016
US experiencing generally strong demand for warehouse and distribution space, with demand in Canada and Latin America choppy.
20 Oct 2016
Precariously low West Coast vacancy rates for warehouse and distribution space are sending a stark message to shippers: Expect to pay even more to carry your goods, or rework your containerized supply chains.
11 Oct 2016
The need to keep e-commerce inventory on hand is driving a surge in demand for US warehouse and distribution center space.
09 Oct 2016
The most dynamic expansion in industrial real estate in the United States is happening in so-called second-tier markets with close access to big population centers.
15 Sep 2016
The intensity of industrial real estate activity around the Georgia port underscores the strong demand nationally for logistics properties as well as shipper implementation of long-term plans to use Southeast versus West Coast ports to access inland markets.
13 Sep 2016
Logistics property developer makes $1.1 billion acquisition of US portfolio.
24 Aug 2016
A new white paper commissioned by the Van Horne Institute and completed by JOC outlines how Canada can build on its success in creating inland ports.
China International Marine Containers is the world's largest container manufacturer and expects the current market to take a toll on its earnings.
19 Aug 2016
Logistics property developer GLP has entered into a long-term agreement with box-maker China International Marine Containers.