Your industry needs
Different industries will have different needs for warehouse sizes, depending on the products and warehouse’s function. For example, manufacturing warehouses must be open, wide-spaced, and big enough to support the huge machinery that executes the major production operations.
On the other hand, some industries such as retail, pharma, and eCommerce sectors require a large amount of space to store, distribute, and ship items (other industries can need storage and shipping warehouses as well). This is where storage and shipping warehouses come into play. These are also known as distribution centers, and they include office space, loading docks, and power. Warehouses for distribution comprise more than half of the total number of industrial properties.
Furthermore, other businesses, such as automobiles and electrical gadgets, require their products to be displayed, thus they will typically purchase a warehouse and convert it into a showroom. Construction organizations and others who deal with exhibiting project models to clients are known to lease warehouses to make use of the large open space that comes with them. It allows companies to have enough manufacturing and storage space while also allowing them to display their products.