Industrial property includes manufacturing buildings, warehouses and multi-use spaces. These spaces may be used for product or goods production, storage, fulfillment, or distribution. This property is grouped into three sizes, namely small, large and very large.
Small industrial sites - Include single or double story buildings that are categorized for industrial use. These often have flexible interior spaces, usually a mixture of warehouse and office space and usually used by small business such as workshop, research laboratories and start-up business.
Large industrial properties - Include medium to large warehouses and factories designed to produce or store goods. They include distribution companies such as third-party logistics (3PLs).
Large industrial property - These large industrial spaces are used as logistics and distribution centers that store and then distribute finished goods to shops and/or directly to customers. Types of warehouses such as the Warehouse of Amazon storage and Warehouse E-Commerce.
Before you rent industrial property
Here, we are going to give you everything you need to know about finding and tenting the perfect industrial property for your business.
As you start your business or expand your operation, you might find yourself in need of a much larger space to manufacture or store products and inventory. In this case, you may find yourself in need of industrial or warehouse space. Warehouses, manufacturing buildings, and multi-use spaces are all considered to be industrial properties. These spaces may be used for product or goods production, storage, fulfillment, or distribution.