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  • Cargo containers sit stacked at the Port of Los Angeles last month in San Pedro, Calif.

    From cars to candy, the world’s supply chains are snarled

    This article originally ran in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on November 4, 2021. Snarled global supply chains are putting stress on companies large and small. Automakers have curtailed production because they…

  • An aerial photo of a warehouse's loading docks.

    As St. Louis’ industrial market breaks records, it’s not expected to slow down. Here’s why.

    This article originally ran in the St. Louis Business Journal on November 3, 2021. The St. Louis region’s industrial submarket was already on the upswing before the pandemic accelerated demand from…

  • This rendering shows the location of Riverport Trade Center, in the bottom left, compared to the airport, interstates and other key tenants in the Earth City submarket.

    As demand surges, developer builds three warehouses at once in new $65M Riverport Trade Center

    This article originally ran in the St. Louis Business Journal on November 4, 2021. The developer of a new $65 million industrial park in Maryland Heights has three warehouses under…

  • Barges and a barge terminal on the Mississippi River.

    Competitiveness of U.S. Agriculture Dependent on Infrastructure Investment

    This article originally ran in the Agribusiness Global on October 20, 2021. The interconnectivity of different transportation modes and need for reliability in both transportation and broadband infrastructure emerged as key…

  • Graphic of a yellow crane with text that reads,

    These are St. Louis’ 25 largest construction projects, in pictures

    Note: Many of the projects on the St. Louis Business Journal’s annual list are part of the Freightway’s 2022 Priority Projects. You can see our Priority Projects List here. This…