As the war in Ukraine continues, more than two million people have fled that nation, with the majority traveling to neighboring Poland.

Prologis doesn’t have any property in Russia or Ukraine. But we have a large presence in other Eastern and Central European nations, including Poland. Many of our employees – in Europe and beyond – have family and friends who have been impacted by the war.

As the refugee population grows, many of the charitable organizations serving them are asking if we have available space to help store goods. Through our company’s Space for Good program, we are offering available space free of charge to various nonprofit organizations and local authorities.

We’ve invited our employees to support the Red Cross’ Ukrainian refugee relief efforts and committed to a corporate match of $2 for every $1 our employees donate. Since the war in Ukraine began, Prologis has given more than $400,000 USD in employee donations, including company match.

Prologis is a company of people working to help make other people’s lives easier and better by enabling the movement of goods around the world. We hope the people of Ukraine are able to return to a peaceful and free life and nation. We stand with them.

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Ed Nekritz

Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel

Ed Nekritz serves as Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel for Prologis. He oversees the provision of all legal services for Prologis on a worldwide basis. He is also responsible for Prologis' strategic capital and investment services groups. Furthermore, he leads Prologis' risk management and ESG departments. Ed focuses significant efforts on Prologis' strategic initiatives, including mergers & acquisitions, global investment funds and portfolio transactions. He also serves as the secretary to the Prologis Board of Directors.

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