Advances in technology, changes in consumer behaviour, and the continued urbanisation of gateway cities, are driving demand for well-located logistics space around the world.
What makes a location good to Goodman?
- Proximity to people
Locations that are close to large consumer populations mean that our customers can meet rising delivery and service expectations.
Locations close to major transport infrastructure, like motorways, ports and airports, enable efficient deliveries and reduce supply chain costs for our customers. Accessible locations make commuting to work easier for our customers’ workforce too.
- Urbanised areas
Locations in urbanised areas, or areas that are experiencing urbanisation, are scarce. Because there’s competition for land use, these areas are more sought after and more valuable.