Industrial Real Estate

Industrial Real Estate

News & Analysis

16 Oct 2014
Home furnishing giant IKEA has expanded its business with logistics property developer Goodman Group into China, signing a lease for 11,000 square meters of warehousing space in the inland Chinese city of Chengdu.
15 Oct 2014
Growth expectations for the Asian middle class are staggering, but so is the scale of supply chain upgrades that will be needed to meet demand.
09 Oct 2014
The logistics of e-commerce fulfillment continues to change along with the whims of consumers, so although industrial real estate developers really want a single model to guide their planning efforts, it’s not going to happen anytime soon.
09 Oct 2014
The industrial real estate market in Southern California has come roaring back from the economic recession, especially in the vast port-dependent region known as the Inland Empire.
08 Oct 2014
Yusen Logistics China opened a warehouse in Guangzhou to tap into anticipated growth in demand from the fast-growing domestic consumer products market
Home Depot
02 Oct 2014
Home Depot is expanding its brick-and-mortar infrastructure to support growing online sales.
BNSF Alliance intermodal center
19 Aug 2014
Distribution centers and manufacturing plants are increasingly springing up around U.S. intermodal terminals, as shippers aim to reduce drayage costs and overall tightening truck capacity fuels intermodal volume growth.
08 Aug 2014
Singapore logistics group CWT has announced plans to develop a 2.2-million-square-foot integrated warehouse and container port logistics complex at Jalan Buroh in the Jurong Port area of the city.
Market in India where growers sell produce
05 Aug 2014
More than $15 billion will be spent on expansion of India’s cold chain during the next five years, according to a study by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
U.S. industrial real estate rents rose as vacancies fell in the first half of 2014.
04 Aug 2014
One of the nation’s top real estate firms says the United States’ industrial real estate market continued major growth in the second quarter, but noted this growth is more responsible and less speculative than the pre-recession boom.