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The changing face of distribution: the shape of things to come21/01/2019
  • Logistics sector evolving as it addresses increasing freight volumes, rising transport costs, labour shortages, and road congestion
  • Eurostat forecasts that demand for freight transport in Continental Europe will almost triple (182%) between 2010 and 2050

Learn about new important transportation corridors which will emerge between now and 2030 to support the evolution of the European logistics industry.

Marketbeat: Poland warehouse market - Q3 201819/11/2018

At the end of Q3 2018, Poland’s industrial and logistics stock surpassed the 15 million sq m mark following the completion of 1.42 million sq m since the beginning of the year.

Development activity continues to accelerate, driven by robust occupier demand, say Cushman & Wakefield’s analysts. As at the end of September 2018, the development pipeline stood at 2.1 million sq m across 61 projects, 78% of which was secured under pre-lets.

The DNA of Real Estate: Q2 report07/09/2018

The overall European logistics yield dropped 14bps to 5.95% in Q2 2018, the first time it has fallen below 6% since Cushman & Wakefield began consistently tracking the three main property sectors in 1992, according to the firm’s DNA of Real Estate report.

Five out of the 45 monitored logistics markets saw some rental growth and all other markets remained flat in Q2. Manchester recorded solid growth of 16.7% q-o-q and 25% y-o-y supported by major leasing transaction activity this quarter. Elsewhere, pockets of growth were found in Helsinki (+4.3%), Budapest (+3.9%) and Rome (+3.8%).

Marketbeat: Poland warehouse Market - H1 201806/09/2018

Poland is one of the fastest-growing logistics markets in Europe. Strong demand for logistics space is being driven by Poland’s booming economy with a projected GDP growth of 4.6% in 2018, further evolution of the retail market with a growing presence of e-commerce and transport infrastructure improvements fuelling the rapid expansion of smaller regional markets and emergence of new locations within core logistics hubs. In H1 2018, warehouse supply totalled 734,000 sq m, bringing Poland’s total industrial stock to more than 14.32 million sq m, which represented a 21% rise year-on-year. The second half of the year is also expected to see healthy supply levels. There is currently 2.25 million sq m of warehouse space under construction across 66 projects, reflecting a record-breaking development activity. With 628,000 sq m at 11 projects underway, Central Poland is the leading market in terms of construction activity, followed by Upper Silesia, whose development pipeline now stands at 338,000 sq m across 12 warehouse projects.

 

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