Prologis Research has published the next installment in its special series on COVID-19 and its implications for logistics real estate. The report provides insights into the third phase of the global pandemic, defined as “the normal,” including quantifying the potential increase in long-term demand from higher inventory levels and accelerated e-commerce adoption.
Prologis is committed to keeping our partners and stakeholders informed, and will post regular research updates as the situation evolves.
Logistics Real Estate and COVID-19: Customer Resilience Amid High Economic Volatility
Logistics Real Estate: Facing the Covid-19 Challenge, by Sandro Innocenti, Country Manager Italy