Building, Buying, Leasing, or Rehabilitating?

  • Kenneth B. Ackerman

Abstract

When establishing a distribution center, the choice is whether to build a new structure or to purchase an existing one. Secondly, should the warehouse operator own or lease the property? Third, how should the user finance the structure? Finally, if a new building is to be built, what size and shape should it have?

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References

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    This entire subchapter was written and revised by David P. Lauer, partner-in-charge, Deloitte, Haskins & Sells, Columbus, OH.Google Scholar
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    This subchapter is based on material provided by the Ruscilli Construction Company, Columbus, OH. Most of this originally appeared in Volume 19, Number 7, Warehousing and Physical Distribution Productivity Report, Marketing Publications, Inc ., Silver Spring, MD.Google Scholar
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    John Dixon of Ohio Ready Mixed Concrete Association provided substantial assistance in preparing this subchapter. Most of this originally appeared in Volume 19, Number 18, Warehousing and Physical Distribution Productivity Report, Marketing Publications, Inc ., Silver Spring, MD.Google Scholar

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  • Kenneth B. Ackerman

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