Recovery means spending means logistics is set to boom

Strohm, Paul
October 2013
EuroProperty;10/21/2013, p13
Trade Publication
The article reports that about 400,000 m square of distribution space for fulfillment operation is being targeted by Amazon.com Inc. It is noted that as compared to other types of real estate, the lead-in time for distribution buildings is so much shorter. It is mentioned that with a growing proportion of expenditure moving online, he urgency to shift to multi-channel retailing could become apparent quickly too.


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