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Beijing
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Beijing

Beijing, China’s ancient imperial capital, has been transformed by construction, economic growth and growing confidence into one of the globe’s great centers of commerce, diplomacy, culture and trade.

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Chengdu
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Chengdu

Chengdu, the ancient capital of China’s Sichuan province, has evolved into a thoroughly modern city of 14 million people with a rising consumer class. Chengdu is the economic and financial center of Southwest China and one of the key gateways to the country’s interior.

Chengdu is a transportation-intensive city. It is circled by four ring roads, with highways connecting Chengdu to the important population center of Chongqing, about 200 miles away. Four major railroads run through the city.

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Chongqing
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Chongqing

Nestled at the foggy confluence of the Yangtze and Jialing Rivers deep in China’s interior, Chongqing is a sprawling, powerful and continually expanding metropolis. Nearly 30 million people live in the vast Chongqing metropolitan area, making it one of the world’s biggest urban concentrations.

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Dongguan
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Dongguan

Dongguan, China, is a large, densely populated city, nestled between the dynamic economic powerhouses of Shenzhen and Guangzhou on the Pearl River Delta. Forty-seven miles by water from Hong Kong, Dongguan has a population of about 8.3 million.

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Foshan
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Foshan

Foshan, China, is a thriving, wealthy industrialized city of about 7.4 million people. It derives much of its influence and importance from its geographic setting, which is adjacent to the thriving metropolis of Guangzhou on the Pearl River Delta, the first region in China to open to world markets.

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Guangzhou
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Guangzhou

Guangzhou is China’s third-largest city in population (11 million) and the largest city in the Pearl River Delta, which is the world’s largest urban area in size and population, accounting for about 10 percent of China’s GDP. This booming port city, 75 miles northwest of Hong Kong, was among the earliest beneficiaries of China’s 1980s decision to open its economy to the world.

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Hangzhou
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Hangzhou

Hangzhou, China, is the capital of Zhejiang province. The Hangzhou metropolitan area has a population of about 6.2 million, making it the 14th-largest urban area in China. The economic engine of Zhejiang province, Hangzhou is home to companies involved in equipment manufacturing and is a center of production for silk and women’s garments.

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Huizhou
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Huizhou

China’s Huizhou metropolitan area occupies a large swathe of the Pearl River Delta to the northeast of Hong Kong and Shenzhen. With a population of about 4.7 million, Huizhou is emerging as an economic force.

The Port of Huizhou, which opened in the 1990s, is an important regional entrepôt and export point, handling more than 80 million tons of cargo annually. Logistics and distribution companies move goods to and from Huizhou to Guangdong’s major population centers and Hong Kong in less than three hours via freight rail and road networks.

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Jiaxing
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Jiaxing

Despite, or perhaps as a result of, its location in the shadows of much larger neighbors, Jiaxing, China, has emerged as an important regional economic engine. With a population of 4.6 million, Jiaxing sits squarely in the middle of East China’s hotbed of economic activity.

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Kunshan
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Kunshan

Kunshan, China, is a county-size city that lies between Shanghai and Suzhou on the Yangtze River Delta. With freshwater lakes and dozens of canals and rivers, Kunshan is known for its natural beauty.

Over the past two decades, rapid economic and industrial growth has transformed Kunshan from a poor agricultural region into a wealthy component of the Shanghai metroplex. Kunshan is often referred to as the “tenth district of Shanghai.” Established formally as a city in 1989, the Kunshan metropolitan area has a population of about 2.4 million.

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Nanjing
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Nanjing

Nanjing, China, the capital of Jiangsu province, sits on the Yangtze River about 180 miles inland from Shanghai. One of China’s four ancient capitals and headquarters of the Chiang Kaishek after the 1911 revolution, Nanjing has emerged as an important regional hub in the 21st century.

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Ningbo
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Ningbo

Ningbo, China, a port city south of Shanghai that was one of the first in the country to open its doors to world trade in the late 20th century, plays a vital role in connecting the Yangtze River Delta to the global economy. The Ningbo metropolitan area has a population of about 3.5 million.

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Shanghai
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Shanghai

Shanghai, China’s historic gateway to the world, is one of the most significant urban centers in the global economy. With a population of about 24 million, it is the largest city in China and the fifth-largest metropolitan area in the world.

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Shenyang
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Shenyang

Once the capital of China’s Qing dynasty, Shenyang, China, is an evolving provincial city. With a population of 8.3 million, Shenyang is the third-largest city in Northeast China. A heavily industrialized inland area, it is slowly developing consumer and services sectors.

Shenyang’s major industries include autos, chemicals, construction and equipment manufacturing. Recently, Shenyang has begun to develop less resource-intensive industries, such as information technology. Shenyang has also started to recruit non-state-owned companies.

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Suzhou
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Suzhou

Suzhou, China, which is adjacent to Shanghai, combines historic charm and a 21st century economy. Because the city sits on the shores of Taihu Lake and is crisscrossed by a host of canals, it is often referred to as the Venice of China. Suzhou’s many classical gardens and water towns are major tourist destinations.

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Tianjin
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Tianjin

Tianjin, less than 90 miles from the country’s capital of Beijing, is a massive coastal city and North China’s gateway to the world. With about 11 million residents, Tianjin is one of the biggest cities in China.

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Wuxi
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Wuxi

Wuxi, China, is a city on the Yangtze River Delta about halfway between Shanghai to the east and Nanjing to the west. It borders Suzhou and Changzhou, and the broader region is known as the Su-Xi-Change region. The Wuxi metropolitan area has a population of about 6.5 million.

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Prologis in China

Prologis serves customers in China with logistics centers and industrial warehouses in markets centered on the country’s most strategic regions, including Shanghai (east), Beijing (north), Shenzhen (south) and Chengdu (west). From this base, the company is well-positioned to grow with its customers into new markets as land allocations are secured. The company also holds land for development in China.

For more information, visit the Prologis China Website,
or search for available properties in China

Facts about Prologis in China

  • 26 Million Square Feet of Industrial Real Estate Space
  • 100 Logistics Real Estate Buildings
  • 135 Acres of Land
Data as of March 31, 2017 for assets the company owned or had investments in, on a wholly owned basis or through co-investment ventures, properties and development projects.

Properties in China

The image shown is logistics warehouse, Chengdu Airport Logistics Center, located in Chengdu, China.

Chengdu Airport Logistics Center

Chengdu, China

This top-quality facility in the Chengdu Airport Logistics Park is situated in an excellent location for city and regional distribution, with...

The image shown is logistics warehouse space Jiaxing Logistics Center II located in Beijing, China

Jiaxing Logistics Center

Jiaxing, China

The Jiaxing Logistics Center has 878,300 SF (81,600 SQM) of modern industrial warehouse space in Jiaxing City, comprising four separate buildings. The...

The image shown is logistics warehouse, Chongqing Liangjiang Logistics Center, located in Chongqing, China.

Chongqing Liangjiang Logistics Center Phase 1

Chongqing, China

This high-visibility modern industrial warehouse space is located in a fast-growing logistics market beside the Chongqing Beltway, just 22 kilometers...