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ICYMI: 2019 Industrial Logistics Report – South Florida

Chris Owen • 11/6/2019
Cushman & Wakefield’s Florida Industrial Logistics Report explores the state’s unique network for moving goods from entry points to markets.

Florida Industrial Logistics Report

The report also explores how Florida’s combination of ports, rail lines and highway systems play an integral part in supply chains that service customers. We follow a by the numbers approach in the report that highlights and showcases drivers specific to each of Florida’s major markets.

South Florida, which includes Broward, Palm Beach, and Miami-Dade counties, is a hub for international trade and a tourist mecca with significant operations in the cruise industry. Global distributors are attracted to the growing consumer base as well as interconnectivity between sea, rail and highway systems. South Florida offers a diverse labor pool and high quality of life amenities that attract major corporations to the region, making it an ideal choice for companies. It is also the launching pad for companies that want to do business in Latin America.

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