Research Supply Chain April 2018

E-Commerce, the Service Imperative & Essential Location Strategies

For supply chains and their logistics real estate, the only constant is change. This paper is the first of a three-part series that will examine the...

2017 Logistics Rent Index

2017: A Year of Accelerated Rent Growth

The Prologis Logistics Rent Index, introduced in 2015, examines trends in net effective market rental growth in key logistics real estate markets in...

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Logistics Activity Surges Heading into 2018

Users of logistics real estate reported strong growth in activity through the second half of 2017, according to Prologis’ proprietary customer survey,...

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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...

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Obsolescence: The Implications for Global Logistics Real Estate

The industrial real estate landscape is changing as technology advances and consumers demand faster delivery of goods. These trends have a profound...

Industrial Business Indicator

U.S. Expansion Underway

Prologis’ U.S. Industrial Business Indicator™ (IBI), the company’s proprietary survey of customer activity and facility utilization, confirms momentum...

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Prologis Industrial Business Indicator Illustrates Strength of U.S. Expansion

Prologis Research documents the strength of the U.S. industrial real estate expansion.

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Prologis Industrial Business Indicator, August 2014

Prologis Research reveals that the logistics market is entering a new phase of acceleration, pushing vacancy to near-15-year lows.

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E-Commerce and a New Demand Model for Logistics Real Estate

This white paper examines the effect e-commerce is having on how retail and logistics industries operate.

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Continuing Expansion

Prologis Research reaffirms its forecast for net absorption of 225 million square feet in 2014.

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The Growth of Logistics Real Estate

An analysis of demand by leading customer industries: Prologis Research studied demand growth across customer segments around the world.

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Prologis Research Forecasts 2014 Net Absorption of 225 Million Square Feet

Prologis' Industrial Business Indicator (IBI), the company's proprietary survey of customer activity levels
and facility utilization rates, continued...

Prologis Logistics Warehouse

U.S. Net Absorption to its Highest Level Since 2006

Prologis' Industrial Business Indicator (IBI), our proprietary survey of customer activity levels and facility
utilization rates, continued to rise in...

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Entering the Sweet Spot in the Cycle for Logistics Real Estate

An extended rent growth cycle is emerging. We estimate worldwide rents for logistics facilities will grow by more than 5% per year from 2014 to 2017...

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Prologis IBI Indicates Further Strength for U.S. Industrial Demand

With the July 2013 index we have entered our seventh year with 73 consecutive monthly data observations, including nearly 30,000 total participants...