Logistics, Warehousing & Distribution

TN: EDGE Provides Support for New FedEx HQ, Which Will Add 339 New Jobs

March 19, 2019

EDGE Board of Directors recently approved a $2 million grant for FedEx Logistics, Inc. to help offset building renovation costs for a new Memphis... more >>

MS: $23 Million Slated for Six Projects Through GOMESA

March 19, 2019

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant announced six projects totaling more than $23 million that will be funded through the Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act... more >>

VA: M.C. Dean Inc. Announces 100 New Jobs, $25M Investment in Caroline County

March 18, 2019

M.C. Dean, Inc., will invest $25.1 million to incorporate a new product line at its fabrication and distribution facility in Caroline County. more >>

KY: GossHall Systems to Create 20 Jobs with New Office in Elizabethtown

March 8, 2019

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin announced delivery services provider GossHall Systems LLC will build a corporate headquarters in Elizabethtown, expected to... more >>

Toombs Corporate Center at U.S. Highway #1, Lyons, GA

Toombs Corporate Speculative Building

February 5, 2016

A newly constructed 100,000 sq ft speculative building located on an 11.16-acre parcel in Toombs Corporate Center at U.S. Highway #1, Lyons, Georgia. more >>

Pic of 50k OITP PAD v2

Oconee Industry & Technology Park – 50,000SF Pad-ready site

July 21, 2014

50,000 SF pad that is easily expandable to accommodate a 200,000 SF building more >>

KY: 2018 Exports From Kentucky Break Record for 4th Straight Year

March 18, 2019

Kentucky exports reached an all-time high for a fourth consecutive year with $31.76 billion in goods and services shipped abroad in 2018, a... more >>

Global Warehouse Leasing Market to Hit $107.44 Billion by 2025, Says Hexa Research

March 11, 2019

The global warehouse leasing market is expected to reach $107.44 billion by the end of 2025. more >>

Kia to Tap Savannah for Telluride Components, Brunswick for Export

February 25, 2019

Through vertical integration, Kia takes advantage of Georgia's extensive road and rail infrastructure, as well as its broader network of shipping... more >>

WI Seeks Innovative Business Ideas for 2019 Ideadvance Seed Fund

February 25, 2019

Ideadvance Seed Fund is inviting innovators with current or past ties to the UW System to apply to the program with business ideas. more >>


Port Tampa Bay Adds New Refrigerated Warehouse Capacity

January 22, 2018

Port Logistics Refrigerated Services (PLRS) has developed a 135,000-sq-ft new cold supply chain solution at Port Tampa Bay (PTB), FL. more >>

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Case Studies

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The Key to Central Louisiana’s Success: A Strong Workforce   

By: Jennifer Alten

Central Louisiana is thriving. One major reason is the area’s strong workforce, which is driving regional growth and productivity. More>>

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Lubbock, Texas: A Hub City of Powerful Industries   

By: Michael Popke

Check out this appealing city in the northwest quadrant of TX, population of ~245,000 — local business leaders are pleased with its progress. More>>

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Greenbrier Valley, West Virginia: Growing Prosperity   

By: Juli Anne Patty

Site selectors will be pleased to get to know Greenbrier Valley, West Virginia, a community with a unique perspective. More>>

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Lawrence County, Ohio - The Point Industrial Park: Connecting Manufacturing to Global Logistics   

By: Shane Arrington

See how the intermodal hub of South Point, OH, serves as a strategic location offering lucrative incentives for businesses to develop and prosper. More>>

White Papers

White Paper | February 16, 2017
12 Mistakes to Avoid in Site Selection   

Study of a few critical mistakes site selectors can make that undermine analysis, lead to risk, higher cost, unfavorable operating conditions. More>>

White Paper | August 12, 2014
United States Industrial Highlights - Q2 2014   

A detailed, quarterly look at Industrial leasing, sales and construction activity for individual metro areas in the United States. More>>

White Paper | October 1, 2013
North America Industrial Outlook - Q2 2013   

Speculative construction is back and is becoming prevalent in logistics corridors, with future announcements anticipated in a handful of secondary... More>>



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These Locations Offer Transportation Options to Help Move Product

By: Peter Francesconi

In today’s world, it’s all about access. For every business, access is a key to success—access to materials, access to a labor force and,...   More>>

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Rise of the Machines

By: Dennis J. Donovan

Machinery manufacturing tends to be a cyclical, capital-intensive industry. Since the great recession, revenue for companies in this sector has been...   More>>

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Labor Force Takes Center Stage in Industrial Real Estate

By: Rich Thompson

Distribution center design is evolving, and in large part, it’s changing to address the critical need that companies are challenged with today:...   More>>

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Delivery System

By: Jennifer Alten

Ports deliver vital goods and services to consumers and ship exports out the country. But they also go well beyond that—they create jobs and...   More>>

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Is Your Distribution Center Ready for the Digital Supply Chain?

By: Michael Mikitka

Automation! Robotics! Driverless vehicles! Drones! When it comes to warehousing, distribution and supply chains, those are the most often heard...   More>>