Founded by Frank P. Crivello, Phoenix Investors Revitalizes Communities

As reported in The Lansing State Journal Founded in 1994 by Frank P. Crivello, Phoenix Investors and its affiliates (collectively “Phoenix”) are a leader in the acquisition, development, renovation, and repositioning of industrial facilities throughout the United States. Utilizing a disciplined investment approach and successful partnerships, Phoenix has developed a proven track record of generating superior risk-adjusted returns while providing cost-efficient lease rates for its tenants. Perhaps Phoenix’s greatest legacy is the revitalization of distressed communities suffering from the impact of urban blight. “About a ... Read More

2021-04-26T22:20:54+00:00December 22nd, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|

COVID-19 and Logistics: 2020 End-of-Year Update

The novel coronavirus had dramatic impacts on virtually every aspect of the business world. Global supply chains experienced disruption on an unprecedented scale, causing shortages in critical medical devices, personal protective equipment (PPE), and essential household goods. As 2020 comes to an end, the logistics sector continues to develop and implement innovative solutions that will help businesses operate successfully in this new normal. This article will discuss the current state of logistics to inform readers of the latest happenings in the sector, as well as ... Read More

2020-12-21T20:04:16+00:00December 21st, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|

Is Logistics Ready for COVID-19 Vaccine?

The December peak season brought a new set of challenges. As COVID-19 vaccines received FDA approval in late 2020, logistics operators faced the daunting task of distributing vaccines around the world. While the FDA was able to fast-track the approvals process and many vaccines have already shipped, changes in the last mile are still ongoing to accommodate more reliable distribution of the billions of vaccines that providers will manufacture and ship in 2021. The supply chain faces the following obstacles: 1. Supply Chain Cold Storage ... Read More

2020-12-19T08:08:05+00:00December 15th, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|
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