US warehouses are facing a capacity crunch as the surge in retail inventories continues to overwhelm the logistics industry. Prologis, the largest owner of warehouses globally, has predicted that retailers will require an additional 500 million square feet of warehouse space to handle excess inventory. Retailers are turning to flexible warehousing and shared space to cope with increased inventory, and with warehouses already at capacity, the demand for more space is only set to rise. Persistent supply-chain bottlenecks and changes in inventory management practices are contributing to the demand, while the industrial real-estate market remains extremely tight by historical standards.
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