Occupier survey on european logistics and industrial trends

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Corporate real estate requirements for logistics and industrial real estate are driven by business and supply chain strategies that are subject to pressure from a variety of trends and challenges.

Our survey, undertaken in collaboration with CoreNet Global, explores which of these trends and challenges will be the main drivers of real estate demand over the next 3-5 years and how they will impact specific floorspace requirements. View our infographic for a summary of the survey findings.

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Occupier survey on european logistics and industrial trends

  1. 1. Occupier survey on European logistics and industrial trends Corporate requirements for logistics and industrial real estate are driven by business and supply chain strategies that are subject to pressure from a variety of trends and challenges. Which of these trends and challenges will be the main drivers of real estate demand over the next 3-5 years and how will they impact floorspace requirements? 28% new technology implementation 40% emerging markets 63% e-commerce + multi-channel retail Top trends and challenges that will drive the sector in the next 3 years 40% rising energy costs 47% pressure from shorter order lead times from customers 72% rising transport costs Top 3 challenges Continued strong floorspace demand over the next three years 65% 36% Logistics facilities Industrial facilities Top 3 trends % of respondents expecting occupied floorspace to increase over the next three years % of respondents indicating their top 3 trends % of respondents indicating their top 3 challenges
  2. 2. JLL’s occupier survey was undertaken with CoreNet Global during the end of 2013 with responses obtained from telephone interviews or completion of an online questionnaire. In total more than 60 retail companies or corportations that are major users of logistics and industrial real estate across Europe responded to our survey – a number that is more than sufficient to gain valid insights and conclusions at an aggregate level. CoreNet’s UK Manufacturing and Industrial group are pleased to have collaborated with JLLe to provide a market leading insight on trends within the sector. The past years have seen an increasing focus on structuring real estate to be as responsive to changing transport infrastructure conditions, locational dynamics and consumer demands. Corenet is committed to providing thought leadership in this sector by providing occupiers with the information and tools to enable them align their organisations portfolio to provide competitive advantage in this multi-faceted environment. Copyright © JLL 2014 For more information Alexandra Tornow EMEA Logistics & Industrial Research alexandra.tornow@eu.jll.com Poland Turkey Russia Russia, Turkey and than Poland were identified as the top three countries offering significant potential to emerge or develop further as major logistics and industrial markets over the next five years Only three main sustainability measures are already implemented to a large extent … … and all but one will remain the dominant sustainability focus 55% on-site waste segregation 61% electrical power reduction 73% heating energy reduction 36% renewable carbon power generation 50% heating energy reduction 59% electrical power reduction Emerging or further developing EMEA logistics and industrial markets outside Western Europe Matt Bigam CoreNet Global matt.bigam@bidwells.co.uk www.jll.eu Demand for all types of facilities strong. An increasing need for mega-sheds and a high number of loading doors. Very large (30,000-50,000 sq m) 38% Medium sized (10,000-30,000 sq m) 32% Small (below 10,000 sq m) 30% Mega-sheds (above 100,000 sq m) High number of dock level access doors 25% 26% % of respondents indicating future floorspace requirements % of respondents placing their top 3 measures

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