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3PL (Third Party Logistics)

Our unique approach partners with 3PL providers, focused on success in winning new contracts, retaining current clients, & increasing revenues.

Your Partner in Real Estate and Business Pursuits

As a third-party logistics provider, clients rely on you to handle the intricacies of complex logistics delivery without fail. So where can you turn to tackle your own challenges around business development, real estate evaluation, and contract negotiations?

Cushman & Wakefield real estate professionals have practical experience and a deep understanding of a 3PL’s supply chain challenges, allowing a 3PL to tap into various resources and services and supplement their own in-house staff and expertise.

Engage us to:

  • Create a purpose-driven real estate strategy that addresses the unique needs of a 3PL
  • Collaborate to win business by leveraging our knowledge of the intricacies of 3PL business pursuits across all your markets
  • Implement a customized site selection process that focuses on labor, incentives, and the needs of your contracted clientele
  • Logistics + Real Estate: We’ll Solve the Equation

Let us focus on the real estate so you can focus on your clients. We understand the complexities of 3PL transactions, and the urgency required to win new business. We are responsive, knowledgeable, and discreet when it comes to acquiring real estate. We get you the information you need when you need it. We can provide:

  • Multi-Market Account and Transaction Management
  • Lease Renewals and Rent Review
  • Occupancy Cost Analysis
  • Lease Restructuring and Surrenders
  • Demographic and Labor Analysis
  • Comparative Location Assessments
  • Location Incentives Negotiation & Implementation
  • Property Tax Consulting
  • Site Selection Strategy

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