July 27, 2021
Real Estate

Industrial Real Estate Demand Rising

As rough as it was in managing the supply chain roiled by the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020, this year calls for even greater agility and creative collaboration, according to the annual State of Logistics (SOL) report.

“Logisticians came off the ropes of a bruising 2020 with a new appreciation that, while resilience resulting from the capabilities they had built got them through the main disruptive rounds of the pandemic, 2021 is confirming that the ability to change plans and execute under adversity has risen to be the top priority,” said Michael Zimmerman, partner with the Kearney consulting firm and the report’s lead researcher.

Kearney consultants put together the 2021 report, titled “Change of Plans,” which is sponsored by third-party logistics provider Penske Logistics on behalf of the membership of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP)….

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