Incorporating Sustainability Into Your Warehouse Operation

Even if the supply chain sector hadn’t had a global pandemic to contend with, 2020 was still marked by uncontrollable global wildfires and destructive storms. 2020 also tied for the hottest year on record, which climate scientists believe relates directly to the increase in severe weather events and other natural disasters experienced around the world. These disastrous events cause significant disruption in global supply chains, leading industry stakeholders to consider methods for reducing the environmental impact of production, transportation, and storage of goods. As the ... Read More

Phoenix Investors Donates $50,000 To Pathfinders Milwaukee, Inc.

Phoenix Investors ("Phoenix"), a national private commercial real estate firm headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, announced a contribution totaling $50,000 was made to Pathfinders Milwaukee, Inc. ("Pathfinders"), a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing safety, hope, and healing to youth in crisis in the Greater Milwaukee area. "We've been a long-time supporter of Pathfinders and believe their mission is noble," said Frank Crivello, Founder & Chairman in an official statement. "Our youth face so many challenges in today's world; it's a comfort to know that organization like Pathfinders not only exist but make ... Read More

Reshoring Industrial Real Estate

While warehousing and e-commerce fulfillment operations have dominated headlines as primary drivers of industrial real estate, the sector has other factors driving demand as well. As shipping bottlenecks from a global pandemic and ongoing trade disputes make international sourcing increasingly difficult, more companies are considering reshoring manufacturing operations to the United States. According to survey data from Thomasnet, 69% percent of manufacturing and industrial businesses report that they are likely to bring production and sourcing back to North America. Even without a pandemic or trade ... Read More

2021-03-17T19:04:24+00:00February 24th, 2021|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|
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