This study, the New Industrial Revolution, highlights the key changes that will shape future supply chains and drive occupier demand for logistics property over the next 5-10 years in Europe.
By providing insight into how supply chains could be modified, we aim to help businesses plan their future physical distribution networks and spotlight how developers and investors can unlock value and enhance the performance of their logistics property assets.
A better awareness of supply chain trends is critical to a better understanding of real estate opportunities – whether you are a corporate occupier, a developer or an investor.
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The technological changes that are driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution will transform supply chains to consumer-centric ‘demand chains’.
Globalisation and right-shoring will dictate new locations for industrial and logistics facilities.
Efficient city logistics will become essential due to last-mile fulfilment and other unique urban challenges such as competition for land and congestion.
Corporates will need to integrate their property and supply chain decision-making to optimise the performance of distribution property networks. Meanwhile, property developers and investors will need to think ‘future proof’.
Guy Gueirard Head of EMEA Industrial and Logisticsguy.firstname.lastname@example.org
Jon Sleeman Head of EMEA Industrial and Logistics Researchjon.email@example.com
Alexandra Tornow EMEA Industrial and Logistics Researchalexandra.firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Loftus EMEA Industrial and Logistics Researchryan.email@example.com