Q1 industrial real estate activity sees continuation of strong market conditions, reports JLL

Data issued today by Chicago-based industrial real estate firm JLL highlighted very strong fundamentals for the U.S.-based industrial real estate market, for the first quarter. In its “U.S. Industrial Outlook: Q1 2022,” JLL observed various takeaways reflecting how competitive market conditions continue to give landlords what JLL Senior Director Mehtab Randhawa called the edge in… Continue reading Q1 industrial real estate activity sees continuation of strong market conditions, reports JLL

The “Race” to Win the Autonomous Truck Market

The author, Steve Banker, after a ride along in an autonomous truck from TORC There is no doubt that autonomous trucks will change the face of logistics. But there are questions that many would like clarity on around this cutting-edge technology. What kind of trucks will they be? When will we see autonomous trucks on… Continue reading The “Race” to Win the Autonomous Truck Market

Industrial real estate market conditions remain tight, with space in short supply, reports CBRE

The ongoing theme of demand exceeding supply, within the industrial real estate market, remains fully intact, according to data issued this week by Los Angeles-based industrial real estate developer CBRE. CBRE explained that following a record year, in the U.S. industrial real estate market in 2021, market conditions carried over into the first quarter, with… Continue reading Industrial real estate market conditions remain tight, with space in short supply, reports CBRE

WOF Summit promises latest market trends

Ahead of the WOF SUMMIT, which takes place in Vienna on 4th-5th May, we caught up with Chief Commercial Officer of the WOF Group Christoph Grasl and asked him about this inaugural event. Christoph Grasl has more than 25 years of experience in freight and logistics. He started his carrier in freight forwarding at Vienna… Continue reading WOF Summit promises latest market trends

LM Podcast Series: Looking at the freight railroad market with Tony Hatch, ABH Consulting

Listen to this episode of the Logistics Management Podcast Series wherever you get your podcasts. A nationally-known freight railroad and intermodal expert, Hatch also examined the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on the freight railroad and intermodal sectors, railroad policy issues, and service and operations, among other topics. Tony Hatch has nearly three decades of experience in the freight railroad and… Continue reading LM Podcast Series: Looking at the freight railroad market with Tony Hatch, ABH Consulting

Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) Transportation Market Update 2022: Carriers flex muscles

The $46 billion less-than-truckload (LTL) market, plagued by high fixed costs and sometimes awkward labor relations, has rebounded to become a cash cow over the past two years. “Customers are afraid to change carriers today for fear of not having enough capacity,” says Chuck Hammel, president of LTL mainstay Pitt Ohio. “In fact, they’re all… Continue reading Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) Transportation Market Update 2022: Carriers flex muscles

Investors eyeing Perth’s industrial market

According to a Colliers’ report, investors are eyeing Perth’s industrial and logistics market as yield compression is at its largest level since 2007 while properties are still reasonably priced. Companies are responsible for the growing capital, which is causing rapid changes in the sector. Private investors are looking to sell as the Perth market grows… Continue reading Investors eyeing Perth’s industrial market

Industrial market due to boom

Colliers reports Australia’s industrial and logistics sector is due to boom in 2022 with almost $50 billion worth of capital still available for purchase. This follows an unprecedented year in 2021 when nearly every record was broken, and investments were almost $16 billion worth. According to Colliers’ 2022 Industrial Investment Review, investments were up 191… Continue reading Industrial market due to boom

Prologis report continues to highlight myriad challenges for industrial real estate market occupiers

The most recent edition of the Industrial Business Indicator (IBI), which was issued by San Francisco-based real estate investment trust company Prologis continued to highlight ongoing trends in the industrial real estate sector, relating to vacancy, rents, and space utilization, among other factors. Prologis defines the IBI as a quarterly survey of customer sentiment focused on… Continue reading Prologis report continues to highlight myriad challenges for industrial real estate market occupiers

Ferag launches to UK market

Ferag, a global leader in advanced conveying and sortation solutions, has launched its hi-tech, Swiss engineered overhead pouch and sorter systems to the UK market. The technology offers retail, ecommerce, automotive and general merchandise businesses reliable, high-performance conveying and sortation at speeds of up to 12,000 units per hour. Based in Zurich, Ferag has its… Continue reading Ferag launches to UK market