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GLP on why staying on top of trends is key to growth in logistics

GLP’s CIO Alan Yang explains how building specialist domain expertise across global M&A, technology, rezoning and development of new assets has allowed the firm to increase its AUM almost sixfold since 2014 to over $60bn.

Pi Labs on how dynamic use of space is key to logistics

As e-commerce continues to grow, bold and flexible use of logistics property should become a major area of focus for investors, says Dominic Wilson, managing general partner of Pi Labs

Clarion Partners on why US industrial still delivering the goods

Robust demand from e-commerce and low vacancy should continue to underpin strong returns in the US logistics market, say Clarion Partners’ David Confer and Tim Wang.

Logistics Capital Partners on building for the next generation

Development is the best strategy to build a portfolio suited to the needs of tomorrow's warehouse occupiers, argue LCP's James Markby and Kristof Verstraeten.

Oxenwood Real Estate on how UK logistics is keeping its balance

Concerns over Brexit and increased development have done little to upset the equilibrium of a market where tenant and investor demand remain vigorous, say Oxenwood's Jeremy Bishop and Stewart Little.

ESR on harnessing Asia’s logistics growth potential

ESR's co-founder and co-CEO Jeffrey Shen tells PERE he expects rising consumption and the growth of e-commerce to continue propelling the warehousing market in Asia-Pacific.

Logistics capital watch: year of the shed

For many investors, logistics was the property asset of choice in 2018, and this is reflected in PERE’s fundraising data

Panattoni on the quantum leap in European logistics

E-commerce has brought about a rapid transformation in the European logistics sector, swelling investor and occupier demand to unheard-of volumes, says Robert Dobrzycki, CEO of Panattoni Europe.

Realterm on the investment case for US high flow-through logistics

Realterm’s director of research, Nathan Kane, explains the cyclical performance of general industrial and high flow-through, and why the latter could offer better return prospects.

Investor club joins LOGOS in Singapore logistics deal

The capital providers included the Netherlands’ Bouwinvest, which took a 24.5% stake in the deal, along with LaSalle GPS, CPPIB and Ivanhoe Cambridge.

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