Outlook Bright for Border Town Industrial Demand as Global
Supply Chain Reorganization Lifts Cross-Border Trading
A rise in trading with Mexico and Canada is expected as companies are planning, or in the process of, nearshoring operations to North America. The resulting rise in cross-border trading is expected to generate long-term demand for warehouse and distribution space in U.S. cities with a border entry point.
Key Features Include:
- Impact of nearshoring efforts on warehouse and distribution demand in U.S. border towns
- Discussion of border-proximate investment opportunities
- Identification of larger industrial markets likely to benefit from a rise in cross-border trading