Prologis Research monitors, analyzes and reports on key trends and dynamics in both real estate and supply-chain management, giving customers the benefit of insight from global and large-scale perspective.
The company’s dedicated team conducts its own primary research, drawing from industry data and consulting a network of affiliated academics and other professionals. Papers, studies and reports produced prior to the merger of AMB Property Corporation and ProLogis in June 2011 represent the expertise and perspective of both legacy companies.
Broadening U.S. Expansion — Despite apparent crosscurrents in the economy, the U.S. logistics real estate expansion continues, benefiting from a greater scope of demand by size category, geography and customer industry
The industrial real estate landscape is changing as technology advances and consumers demand faster delivery of goods.These trends have a profound impact on demand, as several percent of industrial real estate is rendered obsolete in the U.S. every year; that percentage is even higher in Japan and Europe.
Prologis’ U.S. Industrial Business Indicator™ (IBI), the company’s proprietary survey of customer activity and facility utilization, confirms momentum in the logistics market.
Prologis Research documents the strength of the U.S. industrial real estate expansion.
Prologis Research reveals that the logistics market is entering a new phase of acceleration, pushing vacancy to near-15-year lows.
This white paper examines the effect e-commerce is having on how retail and logistics industries operate.
Continuing expansion: Prologis Research reaffirms its forecast for net absorption of 225 million square feet in 2014.
An analysis of demand by leading customer industries: Prologis Research studied demand growth across customer segments around the world.
Prologis Industrial Business Indicator shows continuing expansion: Prologis Research forecasts 2014 net absorption of 225 million square feet.
The industrial real estate landscape is changing as technology advances and consumers demand faster delivery of goods.