“Canadian-based company Shopify plans to spend $1 billion on U.S. based fulfillment centers to enter the e-commerce ring with mammoth Amazon. Shopify’s smart inventory allocation technology will supposedly make deliveries faster and cheaper. But Amazon has many pet projects and continues to venture outside its traditional e-commerce platform. It remains unseen that any company could not only make up the legwork of Amazon, but also surpass their influence on consumers. As always, whatever e-commerce giants try for the top spot, it is a win for industrial real estate.”

-Adam Abushagur

 

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T E X A S   N E W S

DFW’s Expanding Jobs Give Rise to Absorption, Rent Uptick

Globe St – June 25, 2019

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M I D W E S T   N E W S

Here are KC’s 50 fastest-growing companies of 2019 (from A-Z)

Kansas City Business Journal – June 21, 2019

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Inside Missouri’s first Amazon fulfillment center

Globe St – June 26, 2019

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