Reshoring is poised to make over the red-hot industrial sector as geopolitical events and supply chain pressures roil the broader economic markets and challenge domestic manufacturers.

“Understanding that production and supply chains are complex systems that do not change overnight, we are looking at reshoring to be another contributor to the demand in industrial real estate, particularly in lower cost areas in the Southeast and Midwest,” says Peter Kolaczynski, CommercialEdge operations senior manager. 

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