The rise of the Australian industrial and logistics markets in 2021 and beyond

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Industrial and logistics markets grew over the last 12 months as changing shopping and working habits reshape Australian commercial property demand. The trend is set to continue beyond 2021 as online retail grows, the government looks to develop new domestic manufacturing and logistics networks, and infrastructure spending on roads and railways continues to improve supply chain efficiency.

As investor demand for prime and secondary assets grows, Australian industrial yields are at near record lows. In their latest White Paper, Perpetual Corporate Trust’s Investment Management property team look at the resilience of the industrial property market and which investors are the biggest players in this sector.

Find out more in The rise of the Australian industrial and logistics markets in 2021 and beyond white paper.

The rise of the Australian industrial and logistics markets in 2021

Explore why the industrial property market has been the strongest asset class in the Australian commercial real estate sector throughout 2020 – and what will drive its future growth.

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