This year is expected to be a turning point in the already tight Kansas City industrial market, as massive intermodals double in size, leases are signed at speculative distribution centers (built to handle increased loads) and the reborn auto industry fuels manufacturer expansion and supplier leases.
Already carrying the most railway tonnage in the United States, the Kansas City region has been slowly building its mid-country distribution hub status. Poised to e
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