Analytiqa: Logistics Bulletin: Friday 12th January
Among the contract wins reported this week were wins in the automotive, energy, aerospace, agriculture, healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors, whilst in property and real estate, developments have been announced in North America, the Middle East, Asia and Europe.
Elsewhere, Scania has received a major truck order from a leading logistics company, Motorola has completed its acquisition of Symbol Technologies, Dell is expanding in Singapore and UPS have named David Abney as their new Chief Operating Officer.
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ProLogis Leases 200,000 Square Feet in China to DHL
11 January 2007 - ProLogis has leased 18,600 m2 of industrial space in China to DHL. DHL will occupy a newly developed warehouse at ProLogis Park Lingang, located outside Shanghai near the Yangshan deepwater port complex. DHL will use the facility as a primary distribution point for goods leaving and entering China via ocean freight. The first two buildings at the park are now 100.0% leased.
DHL's parent company, Deutsche Post World Net, is ProLogis' largest global customer, with leases in 65 locations in North America, Asia and Europe.
The Chinese government designed the Yangshan deepwater port specifically to accommodate new generations of container vessels that are too large to dock at Waigaoqiao Port in Shanghai. Yangshan, which opened in December 2005, was built on a collection of islands off the Chinese coast and is connected to the mainland by a 20-mile sea bridge. At full buildout, it will be the largest container port in the world, with a total planned capacity of approximately 25.0 million containers annually.
ProLogis Park Lingang is being developed in the Lingang Industrial Area, a large-scale, government-sponsored development on the land-side end of the Yangshan bridge. The park, which is owned via a joint venture, currently comprises two distribution centres totalling 50,600 m2. A third building totalling 10,200 m2 is currently under construction.
ProLogis entered China in 2004 and has since established a leading position as a provider of industrial distribution facilities. At September 30, 2006, it had 383,000 m2 in operation and another 281,000 m2 under development. In addition to DHL, major customers in China include adidas, L'Oreal, Menlo Worldwide, Nokia, NYK, Samsung, UPS and Yum! Brands.
Elsewhere this week:
TNT acquires Mercúrio, the express market leader in Brazil
Deutsche Bahn's partial IPO likely to be deferred
Schenker on the acquisition trail
Azkar acquires BOSS Continental
Broekman Group expands logistics network in Southeast Asia
Post Danmark extends service offer through Transportgruppen
YRC Regional Transportation announces operational and management consolidations
Schenker-Seino and BAX Global merge in Japan
Woodside Energy renews long-term contract with Kuehne + Nagel in Australia
General Motors selects CEVA as logistics provider
Lockheed Martin teams with Michelin to manage US Air Force and Army supply chain
AGCO awards spare parts contract to DHL Exel Supply Chain
Smith & Nephew award wound management logistics contract
Wyeth and DHL align shipping and logistics operations
Isuzu acquires US distribution centre
Dubai Industrial City teams up with DHL
ProLogis Leases 26,200 m2 in Indianapolis to Subaru
Avon restructures distribution channels
Schenker opens logistics centre at the Seaport of Rostock
Nokia to build logistics centre in India
Major order for Scania from leading logistics company
Motorola Completes Acquisition of Symbol Technologies
Supply shortages hit Christmas trading at Jessops
Dell expands supply chain in Singapore
UPS names Abney Chief Operating Officer
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List of Key Industry Participants:
ABX LOGISTICS; BAX Global; CH Robinson; DHL Global Forwarding; EGL; Exel; Expeditors; FedEx; GeoLogistics; Hellmann Worldwide Logistics; Kintetsu World Express; Kuehne & Nagel; Maersk Logistics; Nippon Express; Panalpina; Schenker; SDV; UPS SCS; UTi Worldwide Logistics; Yusen; Wincanton; APL Logistics; TDG; Rhenus Logistics; Penske Logistics; DPWN; DHL; DHL Exel Supply Chain; Federal Express; Schneider Logistics; Schneider National; Schenker Logistics; Stinnes; Gist; Eagle Global Logistics; Menlo Worldwide; Jones Lang LaSalle; ProLogis; DTZ; Gazeley; Groupe Norbert Dentressangle; National Logistics Company; TNT; TNT Logistics; Gefco; Maersk; Geodis; GEFCO; Bibby Distribution; Global Automotive Logistics; Autologic; NYK Logistics; Dachser; DSV; Fiege; Frans Maas; Hellmann Worldwide; MOL; KWE; Kintetsu; Ewals; UPS; Ryder.
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