The PIR Investment Thesis

The United States is on the verge of a manufacturing resurgence, fueled by the unraveling of the post-World War II Bretton Woods system and the rapid advancement of exponential technologies. As large companies seek to reduce their reliance on global supply chains and bring manufacturing back to the U.S., a thriving ecosystem of smaller businesses will emerge to support these larger players.

Exponential technologies such as additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence, humanoid robotics, and autonomous transportation are transforming the manufacturing landscape, enabling more efficient, agile, and competitive production processes. While large companies will be at the forefront of adopting these technologies, they will rely on a network of smaller, specialized businesses to provide essential goods, services, and expertise.

As the reindustrialization wave gains momentum, we anticipate a significant increase in demand for industrial workspace tailored to the needs of these smaller businesses. Our investment strategy focuses on acquiring and holding small-bay, multi-tenant industrial parks in strategic locations across the country, positioning us to capitalize on this growing demand.

By providing flexible, adaptable workspaces for the businesses that will form the backbone of the reindustrialization ecosystem, we can support the growth of U.S. manufacturing and the development of more resilient domestic supply chains. Our properties will serve as hubs for innovation, collaboration, and growth, enabling smaller businesses to thrive in the face of the changing global economic order.

Our investment approach is well-aligned with the competitive advantages of the U.S. economy, including abundant energy resources, favorable demographics, and geographic advantages. By focusing on small-bay, multi-tenant properties, we can build a highly diversified tenant base, mitigate risk, and generate attractive returns as the reindustrialization wave and exponential technologies drive the expansion of the small business manufacturing ecosystem.

As large companies invest in exponential technologies and onshore their manufacturing operations, we believe that the demand for industrial workspace suited to smaller businesses will continue to rise.

Our objective is to build a billion-dollar portfolio by acquiring 100 small-bay, multi-tenant industrial parks by 2040, cementing our position as a key player in the U.S. manufacturing renaissance.

Join us in this exciting investment opportunity as we navigate the changing global landscape and support the growth of the small businesses that will play a crucial role in the future of U.S. manufacturing.

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