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Patricia Loveall’s Big 5 Tips for Industrial Leadership

By John Salustri

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IAMC Spring Forum attendees this year know Patricia Loveall, SIOR. The Seattle-based executive vice president of CBRE and an IAMC Fellow was this year’s recipient of the Michael C. Hickey Award as Service Provider of the Year. She is also this year’s global president of SIOR.

So, we thought it appropriate to chat with her about success–and her Big 5 goals for up-and-coming industrial professionals with their eyes on the price of leadership positions.

IAMC News Briefs—Week of May 29, 2023

By John Salustri

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This week's headlines:

  • Maersk Innovates the Supply Chain
  • Cushman Updates Construction Data
  • Saia Expands LTL Facilities
  • FedEx Tracks Emissions
  • Savannah Charges Up on EV Plants

President’s Foreword – Six Years in the Making

By J. Tate Godfrey, CEcD, President & CEO

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From 2017 to 2023 … that’s how long it took from when the Mississippi Development Authority (MDA) submitted their bid to host an IAMC Spring Forum in Biloxi to when it was finally held last month.

It wasn’t always meant to be a 6-year timeframe. Biloxi was originally the planned host for the Spring 2020 Forum at the Beau Rivage Hotel & Casino. This 1,700-room facility was, and remains, the largest hotel in the state of Mississippi. Even then, the Beau had plans to renovate their rooms and common areas – which they ultimately completed in 2022 – and everything was proceeding according to plan … until the global pandemic hit. 

Industrial Coworking: A Potential Option for Inventory Disruptions

By John Salustri

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Here’s a little irony for you: Coworking, which has been a tenant’s option in the office market for about four decades now, has gained serious post-pandemic steam as office tenants continue to reevaluate (and often cut back) their office requirements. And yet, coworking in the industrial sector is gaining steam specifically for the opposite reason: There’s too much space demand.

Now for some disclosure. The industrial coworking (or co-warehousing or shared space) market is embryonic. As such, growth statistics are hard to come by. In fact, a good handful of IAMC members contacted for this article hadn’t heard of the trend, and if they had, they hadn’t seen it in local action. 

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