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Customs Broker Signs for Full Building in Laredo

Freight Dispatch Service Agency, LTD has signed a full-building lease at the I-35 Logistics Center, a 131,718-square-foot speculative industrial development in Laredo. The lease brings the development to 100% occupancy.

This development broke ground in August of 2019 and was completed in April of this year. Freight Service Agency took occupancy on June 1.

Joshua Aguilar with CBRE in San Antonio represented the landlord/owner, Tailwind Real Estate Equities and the developer, Gulf Corporation. Joey Ferguson with NAI Swisher & Martin Realty advised the tenant.

Freight Dispatch Service Agency is a local customs broker servicing multiple accounts handling warehousing and distribution services on behalf of its clients.

This property was selected due to its size and building efficiencies, such as clear height, heavy trailer parking, heavy dock door count and minimal in-place office. In addition, the owner was able to provide a speed-to-market and a speedy finish-out.

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