The case for renewable energy in industrial real estate is building rapidly, but the sky is not the limit – it’s more accurate to say the roof is.
Often referred to as ‘The Last Mile’, city and urban logistics has been thrown into the spotlight with the exponential growth in e-commerce.
Data centre owners and operators in APAC are increasingly making the move to leased structures as investment in the sector grows at a faster pace than markets in Europe and the U.S.
In May, the Trump administration announced its intention to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
A boom in pharmaceutical and food industries across Asia Pacific has thrown a light on one of the most demanding segments of logistics real estate, cold chain logistics.
Asia Pacific’s data centre market is worth US$12 billion and it’s continuing to grow.
The administration’s initiative aims to deliver a world-class infrastructure to help improve the country’s competitiveness.
‘Just in time’ logistics has changed the relationship between retail and industrial property. Now, e-commerce is changing it again.