Supply Chain and Distribution
Reducing cost while increasing flexibility and service levels.
Sample Distribution Center Utilization Scenarios
The supply chain is growing and improving throughout the U.S. with the emergence of last-mile facilities and delivery – and Mexico and Latin America are presenting new opportunities for relocation, investment and supply chain extension.
New performance metrics will help companies make data-driven decisions as they respond to the pandemic and plan for the future.
Occupiers around the world are asking: how should we modify our real estate strategy for the months ahead? What is our plan for today and how does it change as vacancy increases and landlords become more willing to negotiate?
Principal Blake St. Onge joins Build Oregon as panel speaker to discuss how companies who rely on a physical presence can best equip themselves for conversations with their landlord, property manager or building owner during this time.
Will firms that had once been reluctant to allow employees to work from home be more amenable to the possibility after social distancing? Eric Nolin, Managing Principal in Cresa's Chicago office comments.
In Q4 2020, Beijing Grade A office market became increasingly active. Along with the completion of several significant leasing transactions contributed by some large companies in the technology and finance sectors, the Grade A office market saw net absorption going up QOQ. Despite this, the vacancy rate was pushed up by heavy new supply, and the rental decline continued.