The rise in e-commerce is changing the landscape of how consumers buy goods and how businesses use industrial space. Industrial vacancies are at an all-time low of 5%
as logistics companies ramp up the amount of goods they receive, repackage and ship to meet the rising demand from e-commerce. This market shift has affected everyone from Third-Party Logistics (3PL) companies, manufacturers that are a part of the ever-evolving supply chain, a food grade company or small business owners looking for new real estate.
Leasing your industrial space is all about location and proximity to key logistics hubs like rail yards, airports, seaports and highways to enable quick turnaround and delivery times.
Working with Truss allows you to search near your desired logistics hub, easily compare building specifications like loading docks or power levels, and tour the industrial space virtually. If you are interested in purchasing industrial space, Truss also has that option.