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October 25 2009

Volume 39, Issue 20 - 10/25/2009

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39

Issue:

20

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This article looks at one way wholesaler-distributors of all sizes are saving money and boosting their bottom lines: by renegotiating leases. The author looks at why it's a good time to renegotiate, where to start when renegotiating lease terms, and what to offer in return for lower rates.

When the real estate market crumbled, the market price for leasing business space also took a hit. Yet most companies continued to pay the higher rates because they were locked into leases.

That was the case for KAR Industrial …

Industrial production increased 0.7 percent in September, after a revised gain of 1.2 percent in August. Manufacturing production increased 0.9 percent.

While the sequential growth is a positive sign for a ragged economy, many factors will play a role in determining whether that growth is sustainable, says Thomas J. Duesterberg, president and CEO of Manufacturers Alliance/MAPI.

"The inventory cycle has further to run, and this should sustain …

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MDM3920-Cover
This article looks at one way wholesaler-distributors of all sizes are saving money and boosting their bottom lines: by renegotiating leases. The author looks at why it's a good time to renegotiate, where to start when renegotiating lease terms, and what to offer in return for lower rates.

When the real estate market crumbled, the market price for leasing business space also took a hit. Yet most companies continued to pay the higher rates because they were locked into leases.

That was the case for KAR Industrial …

Industrial production increased 0.7 percent in September, after a revised gain of 1.2 percent in August. Manufacturing production increased 0.9 percent.

While the sequential growth is a positive sign for a ragged economy, many factors will play a role in determining whether that growth is sustainable, says Thomas J. Duesterberg, president and CEO of Manufacturers Alliance/MAPI.

"The inventory cycle has further to run, and this should sustain …

This is the pdf of this issue of Modern Distribution Management. Apply the full $24.95 pay-per-view cost toward an annual subscription (within 30 days of purchase), which includes two issues a month plus access to more than seven years of online archives and market data. Call 1-888-742-5060 or email info@mdm.com to subscribe.
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