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Ugly Sweater: A Supply Chain Journey

Tray Anderson
Where do ugly sweaters come from? How are they delivered to your doorstep?

There are many stops, factories, and modes of transport involved before it arrives. Cushman and Wakefield’s Industrial team takes you through the supply chain journey, from the fields of New Zealand to a customer’s doorstep, explaining every step of the way.

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As retailers continue to migrate online, they’re supercharging the industrial real estate sector with increased demand for storage and distribution space to meet the dramatically changing needs associated with distribution. Find out more about our e-commerce service offerings and expertise.

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