Second largest investor in the European Market

28 OCTOBER 2021

At Frasers Property Industrial, our global mindset and comprehensive local insights are continuing to drive success in our European markets. In a forthcoming study, Bulwiengesa—one of continental Europe’s major real estate consultants—have ranked FPI the No. 2 investor in German Logistics Real Estate in the period from 2016-2021.

 

This ranking represents exciting new opportunities for Frasers Property Industrial and illustrates our strong commitment to remaining future-focused— always improving on our exceptional design and solution-based approach. An approach that has made us innovators, market leaders, and a flourishing organisation for over 90 years.

 

Bulwiengesa’s studies provide a comprehensive insight into the real estate market of Eastern Europe. Their logistics real estate studies specifically analyse investment in facilities critical to the supply of goods and services. Last year, Bulwiengesa’s ‘Logistics and Real Estate 2020’ study highlighted Frasers Property Industrial as the third largest investor in logistics real estate acquisitions in Germany after only entering the market three years prior. Even in a market where domestic investors were reported to be increasing.

 

As owner-developers, we see this as a win for our customers – we work closely with our customers to satisfy their unique requirements, aiming to exceed our common goals. Our development of high-quality, high-performance spaces is being noticed, with Bulwiengesa’s 2021 study also ranking Frasers Property Industrial among the top 20 developers for 2016 - 2021.

 

A key focus of Bulwiengesa’s ‘Logistics and Real Estate 2020’ study was that of facility sustainability. The study highlighted the “tremendous potential for optimisation” in the logistics real estate sector. Historically the key focus of logistics properties were their fitness of purpose. However, a global shift towards sustainability is changing how property quality is verified – moving towards more sustainable supply chains, reduced carbon footprints and the development of more efficient buildings.

 

For Frasers Property Industrial, this is an exciting call to action. We’re passionate about creating leading-edge facilities which positively contribute to the environment, employees and surrounding communities. We employ a proactive approach to sustainable design and facility operations – an approach we aim to grow alongside our role as a market leader in Europe’s logistics real estate markets.

 

View the Bulwiengesa study here.

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