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2016 Florida Logistics Report – The Overall Supply Chain & How Florida Fits In

Written by chris.owen@cushwake.com


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For the third installment of the 2016 Florida Logistics Report, we’ll look at an overview of how Florida fits in the overall supply chain.

Trade is moving towards larger warehouses, bigger ships, longer trains and increased capacity on highways. Florida has focused additional investment on the connection points that deal with the transition between long-haul shipping to last-mile networks. Here’s the breakdown of Florida’s seaports, intermodal rail, distribution centers and the state of our post-Panamax shipping.

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owen_chris_low-res-180x192pxAs the Florida Research Manager at Cushman & Wakefield, Chris Owen is responsible for research operations in the State of Florida. Supporting the firm’s professionals, Mr. Owen provides quantitative and qualitative analysis of commercial real estate trends while fulfilling on-demand requests for clients’ specific research needs and business development efforts.

 

For Further Information Contact:

Chris Owen
Florida Research Manager
Cushman & Wakefield
+1 407 541 4417
chris.owen@cushwake.com

 

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