IAMC News Briefs—Week of May 30, 2022

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This week's headlines: 

  • A Cooling Economy and the Supply Chain
  • Amazon: “Austin on Hold”
  • Big Dollars for Smaller Industrial Sites
  • Revenues Continue to Burn Bright for Mfrs.
  • Flies to Honey: More Newbies Enter Industrial Marketplace

IAMC News Briefs - Week of May 23, 2022

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This week's headlines:

  • Long-Term Solutions to “Snarled” Supply Chain
  • Industrial Price Tags Soar by 20%
  • Is Amazon Backing Down?
  • Hines Eyes Atlanta for Industrial Park

Matt Whitaker’s Big 5 Supply Chain Issues

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The supply chain remains a global issue. Appropriately, we turned to one of IAMC’s global members–the Northampton, UK-based Matt Whittaker–to enlighten us. Here are what the managing director of Property Services for Bis Henderson Group sees as the major sticking points in this ongoing, worldwide problem.

The BIG FIVE: Must-Haves for Successful Sustainability

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The expectation for environmental, social and governance (ESG) protocols has gained some teeth. An increasing number of institutional investors and operators are being judged by the rating agencies based on their performance in all areas of sustainability. So today, more than ever, a commitment to ESG has to be more than flowery words on a corporate website. 

With that in mind, Robert Kontur, director of Real Estate Operations for EnerSys in Reading, PA, shares his thoughts on what IAMC corporate peers need in order to create and maintain a sustainability program that produces results.