Global shifts in manufacturing have occurred as supply chain visibility tools and logistics management networks have provided access to more remote and lower cost labor centers. The main factors which have induced these manufacturing trends include the increase in global demand for consumer goods and continued improvements to the systems necessary for managing inventory and sales across international boundaries. However, real challenges remain as volatility impacts all aspects of the supply chain, and it is these volatilities which are the subject of this white paper. This white paper looked at significant logistics drivers which may impact industrial space over the next 10 years, including an analysis of which ports will benefit by the expansion of the Panama Canal and how this will affect local, regional and inland industrial space in the distribution sector.
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