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Blockchain

Blockchain is a new technology that can help organizations connect to each other across platforms. It combines records into one digital system that everyone can view and add to at any time. But who is adopting this new technology and how will this impact the logistics sector? 

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​​Previous IndustrialImpact​ topics:

Ship-from-store

Ship-from-store fulfillment is not new.​ But a lot has changed in the past three years.

If you build it - will they come?

What happens when the next e-commerce deal keeps putting pressure on a local pool of labor?​


Panama Canal expansion crossing the finish line

As construction wraps up, what will affect its place in global maritime shipping?

Santa Claus needs to clone himself

What do retailers need to ​do to stay ahead?​

Interpreting the numbers

Does ‘big box’ leasing sometimes create statistical anomalies?​

Global trade trends hit home

Six key developments that will impact seaport-related real estate in the next few years​.

Going the extra mile to win the last mile

​Last mile is about striking balance between delivery time and cost​.

Mitigating supply chain risk

“Go east young man”​.

Is 3D printing manufacturing's new tomorrow?

By tomorrow and a day - give or take a few decades​.

Ship from store fulfillment

The industrial bridge of retail​.​​

The two sides of rent growth

One man’s ceiling is another man’s floor​.

Bigger is better, and slow and steady

Today’s shipping headlines will impact tomorrow’s industrial real estate markets.

It's a mad, mad portfolio world

Aggregators drive pricey premiums​.

Speculative construction

Who has the most to lift?​​

Building a better mousetrap

Building features todays’ e-commerce users want​.

Returns: A hidden cost of e-commerce

What are the opportunities and/ or risks that reverse logistics brings in industrial real estate?​

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 Additional resources

Aaron Ahlburn

Managing Director, Industrial & Logistics Research

United States

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