Osaka is the birthplace of Japan’s industrial revolution and home to large players in many industries, such as pharmaceuticals, electronics, machinery and metal products. Panasonic, Daikin, Takeda Pharmaceutical and Nippon Life are among the many companies headquartered in Osaka. A large roster of distribution and logistics companies move goods between factories and intermodal logistics hubs.
Osaka’s network of bullet trains, highways, ferries and airports make it a center of trade, logistics and distribution. Two airports, Kansai International Airport and Osaka International Airport, allow for easy access to cities within Japan, China and points in the Pacific.
The Hanshin Port super complex is the 28th-busiest cargo port in the world, handling more than 5.3 million TEUs annually. The port lies at the center of a highly efficient logistics and distribution network.
Prologis has available warehouses in Osaka and operates many industrial properties throughout the Osaka region.