Published at: 2015-06-26 09:50 | Author: David Karch
The three-legged stool of Florida‘s industrial logistics sector rests on tourism, international trade and residential/multifamily housing.
Scott Gregory, market officer at Prologis in Florida, says the breakdown can be seen geographically: “In south Florida, we see a lot of demand from freight forwarders, warehousing and moving cargo in and out of Latin America via airport and port. In Central Florida, we see demand driven by tourism and the homebuilding industry, and in Jacksonville, we see larger regional distribution hubs with a focus on the auto industry.”

Such boundaries are not written in stone, of course. South Florida h...

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