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Four Companies Account for Most of Warehouse & Distribution Spending in U.S. Southeast

Four Companies Account for Most of Warehouse & Distribution Spending in U.S. Southeast

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Industry Segment: Industrial Manufacturing | Word Count: 779 Words
Attachment: US SE WD 0921

SUGAR LAND--September 7, 2021--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--E-commerce and other corners of the U.S economy that were buoyed by rising demand amid the COVID-19 pandemic have only seen their need for efficient warehousing & distribution (W&D) space increase in 2021, particularly in the U.S. Southeast. Few would be surprised to learn Amazon.com Incorporated (NASDAQ:AMZN) (Seattle, Washington) is leading a massive buildout in the region, as its popularity only has grown amid the pandemic. When coupled with three other industry players, they account for more than half of all active W&D investments in the region. Industrial Info is tracking $9.74 billion worth of warehousing and distribution (W&D) projects across the U.S. Southeast region, more than $7 billion of which is under construction.

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