Logistics

How is a new cycle of growth creating opportunity?

Increased investment into logistics and industrial real estate will continue as investors seek to diversify portfolios into this asset class. Accelerating e-commerce, an increasing middle class, and rapid urbanisation are propelling the demand for logistics and industrial growth. Investors and owners need creative approaches to succeed in an increasingly competitive marketplace. More demanding consumers are necessitating modern logistics hubs with sustainability, technology and robotics as the new standard.

Capital deployment in the sector will double within the next three-to-five years to US$50-60 billion.

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    Head of Logistics and Industrial, Asia Pacific
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    Director, Regional Research, Asia Pacific
    Boon Leong Tan
    Executive Director, Logistics and Industrial, Singapore

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