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Demand for industrial space remains strong
Market need for new industrial construction eases concerns of oversupply, CBRE report shows.
Amazon to open fulfillment center in central Florida
Deltona, Fla., facility will become part of the retail giant's statewide network that includes centers in Orlando, Miami, Tampa, and Jacksonville.
The future of last-mile logistics takes shape
From light-industrial properties to large multistory facilities, the urban logistics real-estate landscape is changing as shippers get a handle on the best warehousing strategies to tackle their "last-touch" challenges.
Micro-fulfillment center startup Fabric raises $110 million
Tel Aviv designer of urban, automated warehouses sets sights on North American growth.
CBRE: Logistics real estate market booming in 14 small markets
Regions offer growth opportunities outside major gateways, firm says.
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.
Report gives "F" grade for logistics industry health to Delaware, Hawaii, New Hampshire, New Mexico, and Rhode Island
Annual scorecard from Ball State University provides economic data for manufacturing and logistics site selection.
Warehouse demand stays sky-high, real estate firm says
Trend driven by e-commerce logistics, distribution, and warehousing, says Avison Young.
CEVA Logistics, IKEA expand partnership
Companies celebrate the opening of Staten Island distribution center to serve IKEA's New York-area customers.
BNSF opens logistics center in Oklahoma City
Facility to handle manifest, unit train traffic.

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