Is Limited or Scarce Warehouse Space Something Your Company Should Worry About?

| October 31, 2016

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Warehouse space in areas like Georgia and Texas are seeing an unprecedented lack of vacancy. According to a report from Colliers International, this is a reflection of a national trend. The report uncovered a “critical need for more extensive logistics and warehousing networks in towns and cities worldwide to support urban, online demand.”What does this “critical need” mean for your company? How would a scarcity of space impact your supply chain activities? There are few major areas where a lack of space for product can create major problems.

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