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IRVINE, CA-As the Southern California industrial market rallies from the recession and produces impressive commercial real estate data, brokers have new challenges set before them, including satisfying the needs of non-big-box users. In Part 1 of an exclusive two-part interview with John Hollingsworth, managing director of Colliers International, the executive told GlobeSt.com about the SoCal spec industrial market and the key roles of the ports here. In Part 2, he tells us that demand from both users and investors is high, and being able to meet this demand is a growing challenge.

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