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The Importance of Giving Back to the Communities You Operate In

As industrial business leaders and property owners focus on their own operations, it’s sometimes easy to forget that all businesses exist as part of a larger community. Without the support of the cities and towns they operate in, industrial businesses wouldn’t have the resources, infrastructure, or workforce necessary to bring their products and services to the market. Finding ways to give back helps business leaders build a better community and a better place to work. The Benefits of Giving Back to the Community It’s essential ... Read More

Phoenix Investors Portfolio Now Surpasses 40 Million SF

As published in PR Newswire Affiliates of Phoenix Investors ("Phoenix"), a national private commercial real estate firm headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, recently announced the acquisition of two industrial properties that have expanded its Portfolio to 40 million square feet across 23 states. The subject properties are located at 2500 Hwy 6 East in Iowa City, IA and 2850 Gainesville Hwy in Alto, GA. The property in Iowa City, Iowa consists of a manufacturing and distribution center amounting to approximately 364,000 square feet on just over 20 acres. Phoenix acquired the property from International ... Read More

Is Reshoring Better Than Nearshoring?

As businesses consider ways to shorten their supply chains and mitigate ongoing disruptions, many have begun to explore the feasibility of bringing production and logistics assets closer to home. For American companies, this goal can be achieved through either nearshoring or reshoring. Nearshoring moves assets from far-off destinations like China to closer countries, such as Mexico. Similarly, reshoring draws down offshored operations and reestablishes them on U.S. soil. But which is better? Keep reading to explore the benefits and drawbacks of nearshoring and reshoring. Nearshoring ... Read More

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