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Rise of warehouse automation changes site selection plans for e-commerce DCs
Fully autonomous logistics still decades away, but robots are already changing warehouse floor plans, ceiling heights, Cushman and Wakefield says.
Penske Logistics opens Michigan DC dedicated to The Kroger Co.
Penske's Michigan Fresh Center in Romulus, Mich., serves Kroger's Michigan customers, adds 400 jobs in the region.
Online grocery boom sparks cold storage land rush
CBRE says sector could grow by 50 percent over next five years.
Warehouse demand stays sky-high, real estate firm says
Trend driven by e-commerce logistics, distribution, and warehousing, says Avison Young.
CBRE: Warehouse supply, demand in line
The industrial real estate availability rate barely moved in the first quarter, balancing the market, commercial real estate firm says.
CT Realty develops fourth major logistics project in Dallas/Fort Worth area
Westport Logistics Center brings new industrial/logistics facilities to DFW Metroplex, set to open in Q4.
Slowing economy spells pause for industrial real estate market
But savvy developers will pursue inland port opportunities and growing demand for urban fulfillment centers, new research shows.
UPS enters flexible warehousing field with launch of digital space-matching program
`Ware2Go' matches e-merchants warehouse needs with excess warehouse supply.
Georgia port head hints at several inland ports across state
Chatsworth facility opens today, may be harbinger of things to come.
Industrial property `availability' rate hits lowest point since 2000, CBRE report says
Demand continues to exceed supply as availability declines for 32nd straight quarter.

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