REAL ESTATE ROUNDUP: SAIA GROWTH TIED TO HUNT FOR NEW BUSINESS

Real Estate Roundup is a weekly rundown of developments in the world of industrial real estate used for logistics and transportation. This week: Saia uses new terminals for sales growth; USA Truck hopes to lower repair costs; orange juice hauler expands to Georgia 0 read more

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