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CIP Transportation & Logistics experts say technology is drastically changing up the industry


The 13th Annual CIP Transportation & Logistics Conference “Development & Construction Trends” panel on Oct. 27, pictured left to right: Brian Liston, Liston & Tsantilis P.C.; Steve Golumbeck, PEAK Construction; Dan Zuerner, Garmong Construction Services; Fred Johanns, FCL Builders; Reggie Greenwood, Chicago Southland Economic Development Corp.; and Nathan Bryant, Spring Creek Development Group.

The 13th Annual CIP Transportation & Logistics Conference “Development & Construction Trends” panel on Oct. 27, pictured left to right: Brian Liston, Liston & Tsantilis P.C.; Steve Golumbeck, PEAK Construction; Dan Zuerner, Garmong Construction Services; Fred Johanns, FCL Builders; Reggie Greenwood, Chicago Southland Economic Development Corp.; and Nathan Bryant, Spring Creek Development Group. Image/caption used with the permission of RE Journals.


There’s a lot going on in today’s industrial market. From new construction to seeing a dramatic increase in e-commerce, however; it all wouldn’t be possible without the roads. Transportation and logistics is impacting the industry. In order to get goods delivered from one side of town to another, it’s critical to have a successful transportation structure. Expert panelists dished on the booming market sector Oct. 27, when Chicago Industrial Properties held its 13th Annual Transportation and Logistics Conference at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel & Conference Center. More than 250 commercial and industrial real estate professionals joined the conversation on the state of the market- new trends and activity, as well as the challenges affecting the industry, and investment strategies…Please click here to read Stephanie Aguilar’s story in RE Journals.

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