Manufacturing industry fills up crane-served buildings
from National Real Estate Investor
Manufacturing has returned to prominence in the U.S., and with it came increased demand for all sorts of industrial facilities. Commercial real estate services firm Transwestern recently released a study that claims crane-served industrial buildings are at 10 percent vacancy or less as the economy has picked up and the automotive industry is seeing record vehicle sales. These buildings feature massive overhead bridge cranes to maneuver heavy materials or large, unwieldy products. In most of the country, the buildings are used by the steel industry, serving automotive manufacturers and suppliers.
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