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Hangzhou
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Hangzhou

Hangzhou, China, is the capital of Zhejiang province. The Hangzhou metropolitan area has a population of about 6.2 million, making it the 14th-largest urban area in China. The economic engine of Zhejiang province, Hangzhou is home to companies involved in equipment manufacturing and is center of production for silk and women’s garments.

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Jiaxing
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Jiaxing

Despite, or perhaps as a result of, its location in the shadows of much larger neighbors, Jiaxing, China, has emerged as an important regional economic engine. With a population of 4.6 million, Jiaxing sits squarely in the middle of East China’s hotbed of economic activity.

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Kunshan
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Kunshan

Kunshan, China, is a county-size city that lies between Shanghai and Suzhou on the Yangtze River Delta. With freshwater lakes and dozens of canals and rivers, Kunshan is known for its natural beauty.

Over the past two decades, rapid economic and industrial growth has transformed Kunshan from a poor agricultural region into a wealthy component of the Shanghai metroplex. Kunshan is often referred to as “the tenth district of Shanghai.” Established formally as a city in 1989, the Kunshan metropolitan area has a population of about 2.4 million.

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Nanjing
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Nanjing

Nanjing, China, the capital of Jiangsu province, sits on the Yangtze River about 180 miles inland from Shanghai. One of China’s four ancient capitals and headquarters of Chiang Kaishek after the 1911 revolution, Nanjing has emerged as an important regional hub in the 21st century. Nanjing’s population is about 8.2 million.

Behind Wuxi and Suzhou, Nanjing has the third-largest economy in Jiangsu province. Its economy is driven in part by services, including education. It is home to some 54 universities with a combined total of 711,000 students.
 

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Suzhou
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Suzhou

Suzhou, China, which is adjacent to Shanghai, combines historic charm with a 21st century economy. Because the city sits on the shores of Lake Taihu and is crisscrossed by a host of canals, it is often referred to as the Venice of China. Suzhou’s many classical gardens and water towns are major tourist destinations.

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Wuhan

The bustling city of Wuhan is the capital of the Hubei province and Central China’s most populous city with a population of 9.8 million. It is also a political, economic, financial, cultural and educational center in the middle of China. Major industries include optical-electronics, automobile, iron and steel manufacturing. It’s also seeing growth in the pharmaceutical sector, biotech and environmental protection. The city’s GDP is pretty evenly divided between its industrial and service sectors.

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Wuxi
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Wuxi

Wuxi, China, is a city on the Yangtze River Delta about halfway between Shanghai to the east and Nanjing to the west. It borders Suzhou and Changzhou, and the broader region is known as the Su-Xi-Change region. The Wuxi metropolitan area has a population of about 6.5 million.

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Shanghai

Shanghai, China’s historic gateway to the world, is one of the most significant urban centers in the global economy. With a population of about 24 million, it is the largest city in China and the fifth-largest metropolitan area in the world.

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Prologis in East China

East China is the geographic area and cultural region that covers China’s eastern seaboard, and it is home to some of the world’s most active ports. The Port of Shanghai is the world’s busiest container port, handling 36 million (TEUs) annually. The Port of Ningbo handles nearly 20 million TEUs annually. The Port of Suzhou handles about 4.45 million TEUs annually.

The Yangtze River Delta region, also known as the “Golden Triangle of the Yangtze,” is in East China, where the Yangtze empties into the East China Sea. The Yangtze River Delta Economic Zone accounts for 20 percent of China’s GDP and is home to 160 million residents.

The area is one of China’s most urbanized with the cities of Shanghai, Suzhou, Kunshan, Nanjing, Wuxi, Hangzhou, Jiaxing and Wuhan. The major economic sectors are industrial, automotive production and trade.

Prologis owns and operates logistics facilities throughout East China.

Facts About Prologis East China

  • 1050 Thousand Square Meters
  • 36 Logistics Buildings
Data as of March 31, 2018 for assets the company owned or had investments in, on a wholly owned basis or through co-investment ventures, properties and development projects.

Featured Properties in East China

Prologis Shanghai Qingpu Distribution Center

Shanghai Qingpu Distribution Center

Shanghai, China

This modern logistics park is comprised of one single-story building completed in 2011 and one two-story building completed in 2013, totaling 879,000...

Prologis Suzhou Jinchang Logistics Center

Suzhou Jinchang Logistics Center

Suzhou, China

Completed in 2016, this logistics park is the first modern multistory warehouse facility in the area. This 1.2 million SF (108,000 SQM) facility in...

Prologis Shanghai Jiuting Logistics Center

Shanghai Jiuting Logistics Center

Shanghai, China

This logistics park in Shanghai’s Songjiang District consists of two high-quality warehouses and an office built to international construction...