North America Distribution and Warehousing 2012
- ID: 2131754
- May 2012
- Region: America, North America, United States
- 106 Pages
- Transport Intelligence
The North American logistics and distribution property market is improving following the recent economic downturn. Global and regional trends such as the rise of ecommerce and the growth of intermodal hubs are affecting the placement and location of facilities.
North America Distribution and Warehousing 2012 contains details on the significant locations of the major distribution hubs throughout the region. It lists key logistics parks which have been developed, and which are attracting the most attention.
Containing numerous maps, the report provides an essential overview of North America’s ‘hottest’ distribution property locations.
North America Distribution and Warehousing 2012 is the second in a series of reports looking at the distribution warehousing market by region. A separate report examining the market in Europe has already been published this year; reports for Asia and the Middle East will follow later in 2012.
It gives a detailed view of the market by country – Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico and US as well by selected US state. This report provides essential reading for anyone involved in this ever changing market.
North America Distribution and Warehousing 2012 offers a comprehensive view of the main trends affecting the North American warehouse market including an up-to-date summary of the economic environment.
In depth analysis shows the influence manufacturers, logistics providers and property developers have in shaping the structure of the industry. The report also contains relevant information on the activities of the main property development companies and largest warehouse operators.
What will you learn from North America Distribution and Warehousing 2012?
- An economic overview of the region
- A 10 point summary of the trends & developments within the market from both the supply side and the demand
- Identification of strategic locations within the region
- Identification of the most popular locations for distribution
Why should you buy North America Distribution and Warehousing 2012?
North America Distribution and Warehousing 2012 will allow you to identify where the main clusters of distribution properties are located saving you time and money on initial research. Find out about government policies which have been put in place to stimulate investment in distribution facilities and the infrastructure links which have facilitated their development. Ti’s latest report also details the main trends affecting the development of national and regional distribution hubs in North America.
North America Distribution and Warehousing 2012 provides not only comprehensive coverage of the region, including Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico and the US but also key trends, global and regional, affecting the growth and placement of facilities.
Who should buy North America Distribution and Warehousing 2012?
North America Distribution and Warehousing 2012 is an essential handbook of the best locations for warehouse facilities. It is specifically written to provide easily accessible and understandable information to:
- Global manufacturers and retailers
- Logistics service providers
- Property development companies
- Banks and financial institutions
- Property Agents
- IT solutions providers
- Government development agencies
- Materials handling
As well as all C-level executives. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
1.0 Executive Summary
3.0 North America Trends & Developments
3.1 Oil Prices
3.2 Centralization of inventory
3.5 Larger Space
3.7 Containerized Imports
3.8 Panama Canal
3.10 Trade with South America
4.0 North American Regions
4.2.1 Buffalo-Niagara Falls New York
4.2.3 Port Huron-Michigan
4.3.1 El Paso-Texas
4.3.3 Otay Mesa-California
4.4 CANAMEX Trade Corridor
4.4.1 Phoenix, Arizona
4.4.2 Las Vegas/Salt Lake City, Utah
4.4.3 Idaho Falls, Idaho/Great Falls, Montana
5.0 United States
5.1 United States Warehousing & Distribution Market
5.2 US Networks
5.2.1 Inland Waterways
5.3 Main Logistics Hubs
5.3.1 Atlanta, Georgia
5.3.2 Charlotte, North Carolina
5.3.3 Chicago, Illinois
5.3.4 Cincinnati/Columbus, Ohio
5.3.5 Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas
5.3.6 Houston, Texas
5.3.7 Indianapolis, Indiana
5.3.8 Kansas City, Kansas
5.3.9 Los Angeles, California
5.3.10 Louisville, Kentucky
5.3.11 Memphis, Tennessee
5.3.12 New York/New Jersey
5.3.13 Seattle/Tacoma, Washington
6.1.1 Trans-Canada Highway
6.1.2 St. Lawrence Seaway
6.1.3 Warehousing and Distribution Market
6.2 Main Logistics Hubs
6.2.1 Calgary, Alberta
6.2.2 Edmonton, Alberta
6.2.3 Halifax, Nova Scotia
6.2.4 Montreal, Quebec
6.2.5 Greater Toronto Area, Southern Ontario
6.2.6 Vancouver, British Columbia
6.2.7 Winnipeg, Manitoba
7.1.1 Warehousing and Distribution Market
7.2 Main Logistics Hubs
7.2.1 Guadalajara, Jalisco
7.2.4 Mexico City
7.2.5 Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
7.2.6 Reynosa, Tamaulipas
7.2.7 San Luis Potosi
7.2.8 Tijuana, Baja California
8.0 Caribbean- trans-shipment location
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