Tejon Industrial Complex: A Strategic Link in the Global Supply Chain

The advent of the global economy and the dramatic increase of imports to the United States have forever changed the site selection process of the modern industrial space user. Today, most products sold and consumed in our country no longer begin their life cycle within our borders. They are manufactured in a foreign nation, imported stateside, staged at a warehouse, customized or assembled there for consumer delivery, and then distributed into the marketplace through a vast and complex supply chain made up of regionalized warehouses and retail locations throughout the United States. Effectively, logistics related operations have all but replaced traditional manufacturing concerns across the country.

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