Planned Savannah DC reflects space scarcity, need for West Coast alternative

Planned Savannah DC reflects space scarcity, need for West Coast alternative

A home furnishing company’s decision to build a 1.1 million-square- foot e-commerce warehouse near the port of Savannah, announced on Tuesday, shows both the scarcity of available distribution center space in the area and the need for access to dependable ports as congestion rages on along the U.S. West Coast.

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