Category Archives: Port, Airport & Global Infrastructure (PAGI)

Port of Los Angeles trade increases by $2 billion year-over-year

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Currently ranked number one in the nation, Port of Los Angeles accounts for 10.0% of U.S. trade and has led the nation in imports since 1992.

China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam and Taiwan are the top five trading partners of Los Angeles, accounting for 78.3% of its trade with the world.

Year-over-year trade in Los Angeles increased by 3.3%, totaling $63.1 billion in value.

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What is the long-term impact of the slowdown at West Coast seaports?

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2015-04-Research-West-Coast-Seaports-coverWill there be a permanent change in the U.S. supply chain?

Reliability influences every supply chain officer’s decision making when it comes to how goods enter the U.S., are distributed across the country and ultimately reach their end-customers. Reliability is paramount, affecting both cost and speed-to-market, and it has come under attack… Read More

Crises along the coasts

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While the East battles blizzards, California closed for cargo

2015-03-Crises-along-the-coastsAn unseasonably harsh blizzard season has shut down businesses along the East Coast for months, but things haven’t been smooth sailing along the Western Seaboard either. California ports were on virtual shut-down during a labor dispute, which has forced shipping lines and terminal… Read More

Are the U.S. seaports the secret gateway to decreasing deficit?

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2014-Research-PAGI-Seaport-JLLUnited States seaports on the East and West coasts have are waging a heated battle for shipping supremacy, with East Coast shipping corridors recently making significant gains, according to JLL research. But while that struggle may be causing discomfort in the ports of Los Angeles and New York, among others, it appears to be… Read More

JLL awarded leasing of unique 215,000 SF industrial facility in Hawthorne, CA

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JLL has been selected by DCT Industrial Trust Inc. to handle the leasing of a unique Class “A” 215,000-square-foot industrial building located at 2815 W. El Segundo Boulevard in Hawthorne, CA. The Greater LAX/South Bay property presents a unique facility solution for global logistics providers, e-commerce hubs and high speed warehousing operations ranging from 95,000 square feet up to 215,000 square feet of contiguous space.

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JLL completes sale of warehouse building in El Segundo for $7.3M

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JLL represented Hoffman Associates, Inc. in the sale of a recently refurbished 39,306-square-foot industrial warehouse building in El Segundo to 291 Coral Circle Partners, LLC for $7.3 million.  The buyer plans on converting the building to a food assembly and packaging plant for his company, Chef’d.

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JLL Recognized as one of 2014 Best Places to Work in Los Angeles

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2014-LABJ-Best-Places-to-Work-Los-Angeles-logoJLL was recently named as one of the 2014 Best Places to Work in Los Angeles.  The awards program was created in 2007 and is a project of the Los Angeles Business Journal and Best Companies Group.

This county-wide survey and awards program was designed to identify, recognize and honor the best places of employment in Los Angeles, benefiting the county’s economy, its workforce and businesses.

To be considered… Read More

JLL Airport Outlook report featured on the LA Air Cargo Association website

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2014-JLL-Airport-Outlook-USThe LA Air Cargo Association posted information on its website on the Top U.S. Airport Market Anchors. The data was excerpted from JLL’s Airport Outlook Report. We based the index on 13 measurable performance metrics divided into two major categories: air cargo operations and real estate market factors. The resulting index score is then a combination of… Read More

Four reasons why 2014 will be ‘The Year of the Distribution Center’

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2014-Research-Report-The-Year-Of-The-Distribution-CenterFour trends driving demand, development and delivery of distribution centers across North America

Industrial markets nationwide have been recovering for almost four full years, with 15 consecutive quarters of positive net absorption. Last year marked a five-year net absorption high with 168 million square feet, and current forecasts suggest it could top 180 million square… Read More

Change in U.S. energy production causes a ripple effect

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Over the past few years, we went from being a net importer of oil, natural gas and biofuel, to a net exporter. Check out the infographic below to see how this has impacted energy companies, the economy, the job market, other industries and more.

Fueling a Change: A big transition in the U.S. energy pipeline

Tweet this: @JLLNews says the #US switch from a net importer to a net… Read More