Strength Through Diversification: Opportunities across Asia Pacific

• Businesses’ nearshoring plans could create opportunities to partner with

• There are also growing opportunities to structure leases to include elements of operational capital investment, such as in logistics and manufacturing automation systems and technologies, within rental agreements. Capital contributions by landlords that can be rentalised over the term of a lease could prove attractive to occupiers given the typically longer period of write-down than within

investment capital: investors remain keen to explore investment into industrial and logistics property assets, particularly where occupier commitment is secure and where return profiles are attractive. New developments with strong commitments by established businesses could prove attractive to some investors, particularly in core countries in Western, Southern & Northern Europe where risk appetite is low and also in new geographies, which may represent higher returns for investors with higher risk appetites.

standard depreciation periods should the occupier have to capitalise the investment themselves.



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