logistics solutions

For those considering logistics centers

Market changes from demand

1

Globalization of supply chain

2

Expansion of 3PL business by outsourcing logistics of manufacturers and retailers

3

Development of e-commerce and mail orders. Changes in business flow due to rise of omni-channel dark stores

4

Integration of logistics functions (logistics, factories, workshops, offices, R&D, welfare facilities, etc.)

Market changes from supply

1

Increased supply of suitable land for logistics through corporate strategic real estate management (CRE strategy)

2

Promotion of business location and public real estate (PRE) strategy for regional revitalization

3

Revision of fixed-term leasehold for business use and legislature such as the Logistics Efficiency Law

4

Increase in investment variations due to fluidization and securitization of real estate

Responding to intense logistics
market changes
that can be called
a logistics revolution

Dedicated centers proposed by Daiwa House Industry

The environment surrounding logistics companies is constantly changing, with the rapid growth of internet shopping and the globalization of companies.

Multi-tenant logistics centers

Multi-tenant logistics facility are logistics facilities designed to accommodate multiple tenants.