Prologis China total holdings include about 5.1 million square meters with 41 logistics centers in 22 cities around the country.
Dongguan Hongmei Logistics Center in Dongguan is also granted LEED silver certification.
Tianjin Ninghe Logistics Center in Tianjin is granted LEED sliver certification, China’s second one.
Huizhou Huiyang Logistics Center Phase 1 in Huizhou is granted LEED certification, China’s first one.
Prologis continues to enter new markets, including Hangzhou, Wuxi and Foshan, further expanding the nationwide platform.
ProLogis and AMB complete a merger of equals to create the pre-eminent global logistics infrastructure company (Prologis), with more than $40 billion of assets under management and a platform of logistics and distribution facilities on 4 continents.
Development begins on the Chengdu Airport Logistics Center adjacent to Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport, marking the entry into Western China. The project is fully leased prior to completion.
The company acquires a parcel of land in the Guangzhou Development Zone, signifying its entry into South China.
The company acquires logistics facilities in the Beijing Airport Logistics Park to set up the Beijing Capital Airport Logistics Center I, marking its entry into North China and the establishment of its first airport logistics center.
ProLogis entered the Chinese market. Establishes China headquarters in Shanghai and launches its first logistics warehousing facility project, located in Jiuting (Shanghai), signaling the entry into Eastern China.
ProLogis is added to the S&P 500. The company announces its entry into the China market.
* Milestones indicate the history of the former AMB Property Corporation in China, now Prologis China. The former ProLogis entered the Chinese market in 2003.