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Rene Ramos Rene Ramos

Industrial is going to continue to evolve—and grow—over the next two years as the market accommodates demand from ecommerce and logistics companies. In 2020, the industrial market will have larger warehouse spaces, more ecommerce consolidation and an increased number of manufacturers moving to the Inland Empire to mitigate increasing real estate costs in Los Angeles, according to Rene Ramos, an industrial expert at Coldwell Banker Commercial. We sat down with Ramos for an exclusive interview to talk about the industrial market today and the trends that will dominate over the next two years.

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