Colliers: Live Webinar – Logistics & Industrial Property Update, 8 July 2020

On Weds 8th July at 1.30pm Colliers’ UK Industrial & Logistics team will be hosting a free webinar to discuss the latest industrial and retail sector trends, particularly in light of the current slowdown in economic activity.

The webinar will also include an analysis of the latest developments in occupier and investment activity.

Colliers experts on the panel include Len Rosso – Head of Industrial and Logistics, Andrea Ferranti – Industrial Research and Matthew Thompson – Head of Retail Strategy.

Paul Weston, SVP, Regional Head UK at Prologis, and Andrew Wadsworth, Corporate Real Estate Property Manager at DHL, will join as guest panelists to share insights on how the sector has been transformed.

Topics will include:

  • Market statistics; supply & demand, investment volumes and rental growth
  • Rental collection statistics for Q3 2020
  • The logistics sector resilience and flexibility in adapting to exogenous shocks
  • Online commerce
  • Retail trends and the expected rise of click-&-collect


In case you missed it, you can view a recording of Colliers’ Q1 Industrial webinar in April.


Filed under: Industry Events

Tagged with: economic slowdown, industrial and logistics property, online commerce, rental collections, retail sector trends

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