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Facts About Prologis

  • 89.7 Million Square Meters
  • 3,840 Buildings
  • 5,000 Customers
  • 1,700 Employees
  • 19 Countries
  • 4 Continents
  • $118B Assets Under Management
  • 1983 Founded
  • #26 Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations
  • S&P 100 Member
Data as of December 31, 2019, for assets the company owned or had investments in, on a wholly owned basis or through co-investment ventures, properties and development projects.
* Portfolio as of 12/31 including the IPT and LPT portfolios, without other capital deployment.

Logistics Real Estate Markets that Matter

Prologis is a leading provider of industrial real estate in the Benelux, offering customers a wide range of high-quality warehouse and distribution centers. Key locations in or near Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Southern Netherlands (with submarkets in Venlo, Tilburg and Eindhoven), Antwerp and the Brussels region provide customers access to major transportation routes that supply all of Europe. Prologis also holds land for development in the Benelux.

Market Rotterdam

Rotterdam, Largest Port in Europe

Rotterdam is a vital logistics hub for the Netherlands and Europe. Its port, which is Europe’s largest, one of the world’s top 10 and twice as large as Europe’s second biggest, connects the North Sea to Germany’s industrial heartland through a unique network of canals and inland waterways. The port handles over 460 million tons of cargo annually,...

Market Antwerp

Antwerp–Brussels, Key Logistics Corridor in Belgium

Antwerp is one of Belgium’s leading economic engines, and its port is a major hub for the shipment of dry goods, cargo, chemicals and petroleum products. It is the second-largest cargo port in Europe and one of the most important logistics and distribution centers in the world. As a result, the Antwerp–Brussels corridor is a key section of European...

Market Amsterdam

Amsterdam, Historic Center of Trade and Transportation

Amsterdam, which played a vital role in the history of global trade and finance, occupies a central position in the 21st century European economy. The Netherland’s largest city and capital, Amsterdam is a hub for shipping, logistics and transport. It is also home to more than half of all American and Asian-European distribution centers.

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Southern Netherlands, Extended Gateway to Europe

Southern Netherlands is the heart of the Netherlands’ inland region. An important logistics center, it is considered an extended gateway to Europe. A dense network of canals, railroads and highways connects Southern Netherlands to the Port of Rotterdam on the North Sea and other important waterways.

Market Utrecht

Utrecht, Transport Hub for Rail and Road

Utrecht, located on the banks of the river Rhine, is an important trade center in the heart of the Netherlands. Its central position within the country makes it a vital transport hub for both rail and road. It is well connected to Amsterdam, Arnhem, The Hague and Maastricht, as well as Belgium and Germany.

Market Liege

Antwerp–Liège, Inland Intermodal Logistics Corridor in Belgium

Liège, a historic university town in Belgium, occupies a central role in the 21st century European economy. With a highly educated population, Liège is home to significant biotechnology and information technology companies. It is connected to Antwerp by European route E313 and the Albert Canal. This corridor is a key logistics hot spot in Belgium....

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One Step Ahead with WELL Building

Prologis Benelux has achieved WELL Certified™ Gold for its logistics project DC5 in Prologis Park Tilburg, Netherlands – making it the firstfully fitted logistics project worldwide to receive this certificate. The facility was developed with the International WELL Building Institute™ to adapt and adopt WELL for logistics real estate. This standard places a focus on pleasant and healthy work environments. The project aligns with our ambitions to improve the standard of buildings for our customers.


A clear perspective on what's ahead in logistics real estate

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Prologis Research Special Report: COVID-19 and Implications for Logistics Real Estate

In our interconnected world, significant disruptions underscore the need for resilient supply chains. The risks posed by COVID-19 to economic growth would likewise affect real estate in the near term; on both counts the magnitude is yet unknown. Still, structural trends point to resiliency for logistics real estate through this period and beyond, shaping both the fundamental and investment landscape.

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2019 Market Rents in Review: Operating conditions and development economics align to drive above-trend 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 Real Estate and E-commerce Create Sustainability Advantages

E-commerce is improving the sustainability of retail, according to academic studies that measure end-to-end environmental impacts. Learn more about...


2018: Broadening Global 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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Continued momentum for European logistics real estate in 2019

It’s no surprise that expansion of the European logistics real estate market continued in 2018, with another strong year for occupier demand, lowest...