DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "2018 China Logistics Real Estate Research Report" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The demand for the rise of e-commerce and third-party logistics in the domestic logistics real estate industry has risen rapidly. However, there are restrictions on the supply of industrial land.
The huge supply and demand gap in the industry has led to a higher return on investment for logistics real estate compared to commercial and residential real estate.
Key Topics Covered:
1. E-commerce and third-party logistics development improve logistics real estate demand.
1.1 The improvement of residents' consumption level makes the logistics market flourish, and modern logistics rises.
1.2 E-commerce, third-party logistics - aggressively promoting power, strong growth demand
2. Demand is strong and supply is insufficient, supporting the long-term development of logistics real estate market
2.1 High-end storage facilities have huge gaps and low market concentration
2.2 Land becomes a scarce resource and supply is limited.
3. The sudden change in the logistics real estate market, the Chinese consortium acquired Prologis
3.1 Corporate core competence in the value chain: land, capital, talent
3.2 Major players in the logistics real estate market
3.3 The Chinese consortium acquires Prologis for a total of US$ 11.6 billion
4. E-commerce has entered the logistics real estate market and become major competitors
4.4 Suning VS JDcom VS Alibaba: Logistics is the core competitiveness
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