Tue Oct 12 EEST (9 months ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Tue Oct 12 4:00am - Tue Oct 12 5:00am
Am Messeturm, 81829 München, Germany
Logistics had already become an established asset class that attracted institutional investors from all over the world, but in the last 18 months it has emerged as the hands-down winner during the pandemic. Is the sector's success set to continue? What are the main challenges? Are prices becoming too high? Is competition for assets and land becoming a problem?
What is the investment outlook for this dynamic sector? Are the large developers and operators best placed to meet demand or are there opportunities for niche players as well? What are the prospects? Which countries are likely to benefit the most from the boom in logistics? What are the main differences between markets? In which countries is scarcity of product becoming an issue?
How are supply chains being reconfigured after the pandemic? How widespread is the on-shoring phenomenon? Technology and innovation have been drivers of growth in e-commerce and logistics. What is the impact of robotics, big data, driverless lorries, drones, artificial intelligence and other innovations on the sector? As consumers' demands increase, how can companies deliver more last-mile centres? What do occupiers want? Will demand for e-commerce continue to increase? Now that Brexit has happened, what is its impact on the sector? Which countries are likely to benefit the most from the boom in logistics? Speculative development is back: what are the prospects? What about build-to-suit?
Industry experts will address these and other themes in this time-efficient briefing.
Head of Research GARBE Industrial Real Estate GmbH, Germany
CIO P3 Logistic Parks, Czech Republic
Country Director, Germany GLP, Germany
Managing Director / CEO - BEOS Logistics GmbH Swiss Life Asset Managers, Germany
CEO CTP, Czech Republic
ASSOCIATIONS AND SUPPORTING PARTNERS:
• Urban Land Instiute