There is a growing trend in warehousing for smaller more nimble warehouses to support e-commerce operations. These warehouses are generally 50,000sqft or less and are nearer to consumers.

Reno is a prime location for this type of operation. The area is already focused on e-commerce, and they are within a days drive of population centers in California, Oregon, Washington and others.
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It is no accident Devine has warehouse, logistics and transportation services in Nevada.

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