Business Trends

First Mile: Ports and Inland Ports Impact on Distribution

File Type: Conference session
Event: CRE.Converge 2018, October 15-17, 2018, in Washington, D.C.
Release Date: October 2018
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CRE.Converge 2018

Conference recordings presented by Majestic Realty Co. 

Inland and sea ports play a crucial role in the U.S. supply chain, especially as the e-commerce and retail landscapes change. Learn more about development opportunities centered on inland and sea ports, from warehouse requirements to infrastructure needs to government regulations and beyond. Our experts will discuss which ports are keeping up – and which are falling behind – with an increase in container imports and exports, and the multimodal transportation required to sustain demand.

Bill Burton, Executive Vice President, Hillwood

Gregg Healy, Executive Managing Director, Supply Chain and Logistics, Colliers International
Micah Mallace, Director Strategic Projects, South Carolina Ports Authority
Colby Tanner, Assistant Vice President of Economic Development, BNSF Railway

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