TAG Industrial Watch: September 17, 2022

Since 2020, the shift from “just-in-time” to “just-in-case” inventory strategy fueled the industrial real estate market to new heights and was a major contributor to GDP growth. Firms responded to historic consumer demand by gobbling up extra warehouse space to expand their inventories. Recently, retailers have found themselves swimming in excess inventories as inflation forced consumers to cut back. While many companies are aggressively working off unsold inventory, the “just-in-case” inventory strategy is likely to stick around. With global inflation continuing to worsen, companies still have an incentive to stock up now versus pay more later. While industrial demand may not repeat last year’s record pace, the industry remains on a solid footing in the current economic environment.

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Will “Just-in-Case” Inventory Storage Survive The Current Moment?
WealthManagement.com – September 6, 2022
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Recession Logistics: This Isn’t 2008
Industry Today – September 13, 2022
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Inflation Surprise Means More Pressure Ahead For Commercial Real Estate
Bisnow – September 13, 2022
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Former US Treasury Secretary: CRE Could Face ‘Recession Of Choice’
Commercial Property Executive – September 14, 2022
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Crexi Report Finds Surge In New Industrial Properties
Globe St. – September 12, 2022
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

Pressure At The Ports: Expansion Efforts Open Avenues For CRE
Bisnow – September 11, 2022
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PCCP Provides $72 Million For Houston Industrial Portfolio
Connect CRE – September 15, 2022
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Zara Billionaire Bets $700 Million In Move Into US Logistics
WealthManagement.com – September 13, 2022
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Newly Completed Dallas-Fort Worth Industrial Building Finds New Owner
REJournals – September 13, 2022
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Likewise Partners Acquires Industrial Property In Suburban
Milwaukee For $6.2M In Sale-Leaseback

ReBusiness Online – September 16, 2022
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