Traditional distribution hubs in western and central Europe are soon to face stiff competition. Expansion of the European Union in May 2004 is expected to have a significant affect on Europe’s distribution site ‘hot spots’. But many factors come into play
With manufacturing moving East, storage requirements are shifting from ‘goods for manufacture’ to space for a growing flow of imported products. Patterns are changing, but the trend is for ever more space. Can the developers keep up with demand?
In the context of the logistics business, West London is a pivotal location serving both the huge demand of the capital city and also - via Heathrow - the international flow of goods which are either arriving in or departing from the UK. Heathrow remains
Occupier demand for commercial property hit a two-year high over the past six months as confidence rose for the first time in 18 months, according to a report by the CBI and property adviser GVA Grimley. However, the twice-yearly survey, covering offices, shops, factories and warehouses, reveals that demand for distribution property is fall is […]
The state-of-the-art logistics park in Zaragoza, Spain, has announced full occupation of first stage build, which coincides with the official European launch of the MIT-Zaragoza International Logistics Program in Madrid.