74 results for “cold storage”
Industrial N Illinois

Industrial Insider: The cold supply chain

| Elise A. Couston, SIOR

Industrial real estate professionals are experiencing increased growth and global demand for fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood and dairy, as well as pharmaceutical and chemical products. The “cold supply chain” plays an integral role in the successful implementation of meeting the increased demands.

Industrial N Illinois

CBRE brokers 98,688-SF freezer space lease in Hodgkins, Illinois

CBRE recently represented Frozen Assets LLC and IAC Properties in a 98,668-square-foot lease at 6800 Santa Fe Drive in Hodgkins, Illinois. Frozen Assets is a third-party provider of temporary storage, turn-key packing, labeling and transportation/export logistics for the cold storage industry. IAC develops and acquires industrial and distri…

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Kraus-Anderson building CAT dealership in Minnesota

Kraus-Anderson has begun construction on a 52,000-square-foot dealership for Ziegler CAT’s agriculture and construction equipment in Willmar, Minnesota. The company is expanding its equipment sales, rental and repair services in the central Minnesota market area and expects to have a significant employment and economic impact.

Industrial N Illinois

Five points of industrial analysis

| Matt Baker

Institutional investors, developers and users alike are drawn into the industrial vortex, an asset class outperforming all others as the economy continues to shift to on-demand everything. What’s in store for the remainder of 2019 and this development cycle?

Industrial N Illinois

Online grocery and last mile growth continue to drive food space usage

| Todd Heine

The growth in fresh and organic food products and last mile delivery is fueling significant demand for industrial space in Chicago and across the country. As a central location for food production, warehousing and distribution since the 1800s, Chicago continues to attract a diverse range of manufacturers, distributors and food ingredient companies.