Greater Copenhagen is among Europe's top 5 logistics regions
14 December 2016
Location and infrastructure
Catella has named the leading logistics regions in Europe, offering real estate investors the greatest potential in the coming years. Greater Copenhagen takes the fifth spot with high yields and an attractive risk profile.
Catella is a leading specialist in property investments, fund management and banking, with operations in 12 countries across Europe.
The new Market Tracker includes a European-based scoring model with 107 logistics regions compiled by Catella for the first time.
Catella expects Greater Copenhagen to offer real estate investors the greatest potential in the coming years, only surpassed by Greater London in the UK, Oslo og Akershus in Norway, Ale-de-France in France, Catalonia in Spain. There is however the UK’s decision to leave the EU, which is currently causing a lot of uncertainty.
Excellent infrastructure and geography
“Greater Copenhagen offers the perfect location both in terms of catchment area, underpriced industrial and logistic property, socio-economics factors and infrastructure. The region has excellent air, sea, road, tunnel, rail connections to all Nordic, North European and Baltic countries”, says Paul Dhami, Business Development Manager Supply Chain Management/Logistics, Copenhagen Capacity.
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Greater Copenhagen offers the highest yields
The report pinpoints the greatest potential in terms of socioeconomic, property-related and infrastructural factors such as:
- Prime rent for logistics facilities.
- Population and consumer spending power.
- Geographical location.
- Infrastructure, including transport facilities and market access to neighbouring countries.
- The quality of its real estate.
The highest yields can be found in Greater Copenhagen (7.00%), Catalonia (6.00%) Oslo & Akershus and Île-de-France, (5.75%), the German logistics regions of Hamburg, Duisburg/ Niederrhein, Rhein-Main and Berlin/Brandenburg (Positions 6-9) (5.00%), and London (4.25%).
The “Logistics regions in Europe - combining dynamism, competitiveness and high-quality locations” Market Tracker is available at catella.com
How can we help your company?
If you want to know more about business opportunities in Greater Copenhagen, please contact Paul Dhami, Business Development Manager Supply Chain Management/Logistics, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +45 61 12 00 64.