North America Warehouse Market Study by Transport Intelligence Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com
09 May 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Following the recent economic slump, the North American logistics and distribution property market is improving.
The key trends affecting the development of national and regional distribution hubs in North America are: oil prices, the increase in inventory levels, the rise of e-commerce, intermodal transportation, larger space, near-shoring, containerized imports, the expansion of the Panama Canal, sustainability, as well as the trade with South America.
New market research study “North America Distribution and Warehousing 2012” prepared by Transport Intelligence offers a comprehensive view of the main trends affecting the North American warehouse market including an up-to-date summary of the economic environment. It features in-depth analysis of the influence manufacturers, logistics providers and property developers have in shaping the industry structure. Furthermore, relevant information on the activities of the main property development companies and largest warehouse operators is also provided.
- economic overview of the region, including Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico and the US;
- 10 point summary of the key trends & developments within the market from both the supply side and the demand;
- identification of strategic locations within the region;
- identification of the most popular locations for distribution.
North America Distribution and Warehousing 2012
Published: May, 2012
Price: US$ 1.850,00
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