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North China

North China

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Prologis Market Beijing China

Beijing

Beijing, China’s ancient imperial capital, has been transformed by construction, economic growth and growing confidence into one of the globe’s great centers of commerce, diplomacy, culture and trade.

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Shenyang
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Shenyang Market

Shenyang

Once the capital of China’s Qing dynasty, Shenyang is an evolving provincial city. With a population of 8.3 million, Shenyang is the third-largest city in Northeast China. This heavily industrialized inland area is slowly developing consumer and services sectors.

Shenyang’s major industries include autos, chemicals, construction and equipment manufacturing. Recently, Shenyang begun to develop less resource-intensive industries, such as information technology. Shenyang has also started to recruit non-state-owned companies.

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Tianjin

Tianjin, less than 90 miles from the capital of Beijing, is a massive coastal city and North China’s gateway to the world. With about 11 million residents, Tianjin is one of the biggest cities in China.

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Prologis In North China

North China, which lies on the banks of the Yellow River, is reputed to be where Chinese civilization began and includes the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Henan, Hebei and Shandong provinces. The area has a rich culture and history that dates back thousands of years, making it one of the most traditional regions in China.

North China’s major cities include Beijing, Tianjin and Shenyang. The Bohai Economic Rim, or Bohai Bay Economic Rim, is the super-urban economic region surrounding Beijing and Tianjin with a population of 230 million residents. The Port of Tianjin is North China’s largest port with 12 million TEUs annually. High-speed rails are to be constructed around Beijing and Tianjin, extending 60 miles in all directions to create the super-urban Bohai Economic Zone (Jing-Jin-Ji).

The area has traditionally specialized in manufacturing, heavy industries, logistics and shipping. Recently, Tianjin has become an e-commerce hub.

Prologis owns and operates logistics facilities throughout North China.

Facts About Prologis North China

  • 622 Thousand Square Meters
  • 30 Logistics Buildings
Data as of June 30, 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 North China

Prologis Beijing Capital Airport Logistics Center II

Beijing Capital Airport Logistics Center II

Beijing, China

China's first multistory airport logistics center is over 1 million SF (99,000 SQM). Comprising two buildings at Beijing Capital International Airport...

Prologis Port of Tianjin Logistics Center

Tianjin Bonded Logistics Center

Tianjin, China

This distribution facility has two equally sized warehouses totaling 200,600 SF (18,600 SQM). It is a bonded facility for imports to be stored,...

Prologis Shenyang Hunnan Logistics Center

Shenyang Hunnan Logistics Center

Shenyang, China

This modern logistics center consists of five single-story buildings totaling over 1 MSF (99,000 SQM). Its location, adjacent to the Shenyang Round...