New Norm in Logistics Real Estate Investment-(3)Mismatch Between Logistics Industry and Investors

In addition to understanding the new investment model of “Tenant Priority, Demand-Driven,” Reitar Logtech Group also recognizes the mismatch between the logistics industry and investors.

The development of the logistics industry drives continuous increases in the value of logistics assets, attracting more and more attention from real estate funds and investors. On the other hand, logistics efficiency and quality not only affect consumer experience but also relate to business competitiveness and costs. Therefore, the logistics industry needs continuous innovation and transformation to meet changing market demands. However, many differences exist between the logistics industry and investors in asset utilization and returns, leading to a “mismatch” of approaches.

The logistics operators lack funds:

The logistics operators need help innovating and transforming – a shortage and mismatch of funds. On the one hand, they must invest a lot of money to purchase new logistics equipment such as automation, intelligence, and data to improve operational efficiency and service levels. However, this equipment often involves heavy asset investments, which burdens logistics operators pursuing light asset operations.

Investors lack logistics experience:

Real estate funds are highly interested in logistics properties because of stable rental income and appreciation potential. However, these investors often need an understanding of logistics operators’ needs and characteristics, only focusing on the asset value while ignoring the underlying operational model and tech support.

Mismatch scenario:

In this situation, there needs to be a better match between the logistics industry and investors in their approaches. Logistics operators need funds to support innovation and transformation but are reluctant to take on heavy asset risks. Investors have funds to invest in logistics properties but need to know how to increase their value and returns. This mismatch has led to a situation where demand needs more supply, and supply needs more demand in the market.

So, how do we break this deadlock? Reitar Logistics Technology Group provides a win-win solution through its “Property + Logistics Technology” integrated development platform.

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