Four Richmond-area distribution centers sell for $105.6M
Three Chesterfield, one Hanover facility are 100% leased
A joint venture between Glen Allen-based Lingerfelt and Swiss private investment firm Partners Group bought three Chesterfield County distribution centers and one Hanover County facility for $105.6 million, Lingerfelt announced
Amazon be nimble, Amazon be quick
E-commerce giant continues stretch across state
When it comes to building warehouses and distribution centers, one company has sought out Virginia over and over again: Amazon.com Inc. The e-commerce giant began opening facilities in Virginia in
Penn. logistics firm building cross-dock centers in Va.
A. Duie Pyle Inc. will invest $20M, create 75 jobs
Pennsylvania-based warehousing and logistics company A. Duie Pyle Inc. will invest about $20 million to establish three cross-dock service centers in Manassas, Richmond and Roanoke, an expansion expected to create
Need for speed
Developers race to build warehouses amid site shortage
Geoff Poston likens the current market for building, buying and leasing warehouses and distribution centers to the mid-1800s California Gold Rush: Everybody wants in. Poston, vice president of Cushman &
Logistics companies try to weather supply chain storm
'Everybody is operating outside of their comfort zone right now.'
As supply chains become disrupted and demand for essential products such as grocery items, paper goods and personal protective equipment has skyrocketed, Virginia logistics companies are still operating quasi-business-as-usual as
Pennsylvania warehousing company invests $12M in Pulaski County operation
The Patton Logistics Group serves clients in the U.S. and Canada.
Milton, Pennsylvania-based warehousing company The Patton Logistics Group will invest $12 million to establish a logistics and warehousing operation in the New River Valley Commerce Park in Pulaski County, creating
Wegmans distribution center to bring 700 jobs to Hanover
Supermarket chain plans to invest $175 million in project.
Wegmans Food Markets plans to build a $175 million regional distribution center in Hanover County, creating 700 jobs, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Wednesday. The campus, which will be located along