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Logistics facilities

Supply chains play a critical role in society, as the vital link between industry and consumer, the logistics sector is a key driver of global and local economies.

Today, the press of a button sets whole industries in motion. This includes the storage and movement of products globally, where orders are picked, packed and distributed to meet shrinking delivery windows. What used to take days, now takes hours, even minutes. By providing essential real estate for logistics, Goodman helps make that happen.

We own, develop and manage high-quality, sustainable logistics facilities in strategic locations around the world. From multinationals to SMEs, our customers operate across the e-commerce, logistics, retail, FMCG, consumer goods, automotive, life sciences and healthcare, food production, and technology industries. .


Strategic, urban infill locations

In Continental Europe (CE), our portfolio spans Germany, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain and Italy.

Consumers are demanding faster and greener. Within a highly competitive market, strategically located, innovatively designed properties have an even bigger role to play in customer success

Through strategic locations, and providing the right type of logistics properties, we aim to support our customers, to meet their current and future needs. This means we: .

  • Choose sites close to large consumer populations – helping our customers meet rising delivery and service expectations
  • Focus on urban infill locations – minimising travel distances and related carbon emissions, offering easy access to existing transport infrastructure, reducing traffic congestion and freight transportation. All of this allows for greater supply chain resilience and sustainability benefits
  • Acquire and redevelop brownfield sites – turning outdated buildings into modern logistics facilities, improving the quality and performance of existing building stock without requiring additional land
  • Look for opportunities in our existing portfolio , industrial or logistics areas – supporting their continued economic development and employment growth.

Suitable, flexible and adaptable property for a resilient supply chain

Beyond location, different spaces meet different needs. The type, size and organisation of our developments is shaped by our understanding of the local market and the structural drivers influencing customer demand.

From multi-storey logistics to cold/dry storage, sorting facilities to last mile distribution space, we aim to meet customer needs while also delivering value to the local economy with the right type of property.

From food supply to medicine, clothing, raw materials and products, logistics needs to constantly adapt to evolving consumer demand and new technologies. Responding to this, our properties are built to last. They are adaptable to changing customer needs and uses over time.

Sustainable space for the long term

Customers want faster speed to market along with greater resilience in their supply chain and more sustainable properties. From our approach to development, to the features that support operational efficiency and decarbonisation, our sustainable properties are designed to meet our customers’ business, health and wellbeing needs while supporting them in achieving their ESG goals. In practice, this sees us:

  • Design based on lifecycle analysis - understanding the overall environmental impact of our buildings over the long term, is helping us transition to carbon neutral developments and meet growing market demand for reducing carbon emissions  
  • Take a circular approach to deconstruction and construction - reducing, reusing and recycling existing resources 
  • Minimise energy consumption - using sustainable lighting and HVAC features across our developments  
  • Produce on-site renewable energy - including solar PV. We’ve installed 35 MWp across new and existing facilities to date in CE  
  • Install EV charging infrastructure - increasing our roll-out of dedicated parking bays and battery charging stations for customers’ vehicles 
  • Enhance the local environment and improve biodiversity - establishing urban forests, linking wildlife corridors, installing gardens with beehives and expanding conservation areas at our sites for example  
  • Promote workforce wellbeing - creating a comfortable working environment for customers’ staff by providing more natural light and designing indoor and outdoor space such as outdoor fitness equipment, amenities and breakout areas 
  • Invest in sustainable innovations in our properties todrive efficiencies in logistics and transportation operations. Examples include smart metering to track energy performance, or infrastructure to enable automation and robotics