Industry: Industrial

ndustrial Sector Hindered by Labor and Supply Chain Shortages

Midwest Remains Attractive Target for Industrial Investment

Most everything in our lives, and in Commercial Real Estate in particular, was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Retail took a nosedive and has begun a modest recovery; office remains floating in a sort of no-man’s land. But for the industrial sector, life continued almost as normal; certainly, there was no slowdown or abrupt halt in space demanded.

The Top Four Things To Watch That May Impact CRE In 2021

Commercial real estate faced considerable headwinds in 2020 especially within the hospitality and retail sectors. While industrial continued to do well, office remained in a holding pattern with many companies taking a wait-and-see approach while the pandemic continues.

Turmoil in the Trucking Industry May Lead to New Opportunities in the Industrial Sector

The trucking industry began experiencing an increasing number of difficulties in 2019.  High costs, including rising insurance rates and tariffs made it increasingly difficult for companies to turn a profit.  The rise in costs paired with high market saturation and falling shipping rates, led many companies to become unprofitable and they were forced to close. …

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