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The spotlight is shining on Logistics and Industrial as we head towards a post COVID-19, post-Brexit environment. Rapid responses to opportunities are required as the sector reacts to new dynamics. Consumer behaviours have changed, to purchase more and more on-line, impacting on warehousing capacity and increasing automation based distribution. Supply chain management is evolving to put more emphasis on longer term, flexible storage linking in with expanding production facilities within the UK, reducing reliance on that which is provided from overseas. The need for data storage facilities continues to increase.
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Sally Morris-Smith, a partner in the Real Estate team at international law firm DAC Beachcroft, considers how better infrastructure, better access and shared services arising from a revitalized Freeport model benefit the Logistics sector.
Sally Morris-Smith, a partner in the real estate team at international law firm DAC Beachcroft, examines the impact of six key technologies on business models in the Logistics sector.
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Sally Morris-Smith, a Logistics expert in our Real Estate team, considers some of the immediate and long term trends for the Logistics sector.
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Sally Morris-Smith is a real estate partner at international law firm DAC Beachcroft, providing specialist legal advice for developers funders and occupiers. She considers the future evolution of final stage delivery to customers.
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Nicky Fairbairn, Industrial specialist and Real Estate partner at DAC Beachcroft explores how the sector is responding to the net zero challenge, with contributions from a range of experts. Existing innovative practices and cold commercial realities…