Tianjin, a municipality directly under the Central Government, is less than 60 km from the nation’s capital. Strategically located at the heart of the Bohai Economic Rim, it is a hub for international shipping in North China. It serves as North China’s gateway to the world and as a strategic stronghold along the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. It is a city that not only delivers goods and services to a large population in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Economic Circle, but also functions as an active hub for the import and export of commodities in China.
Tianjin Port is a major transit route for freight to and from North China and ranks among the top 100 container ports in the world.
The city is a national R&D base for advanced manufacturing. Key industries include 3C electronics, oil refining, automobile manufacturing and information technology. Top-tier semiconductor companies, such as SMIC and Freescale, as well as internationally prestigious electronics conglomerates, including Samsung, LG and Panasonic, have a significant presence in Tianjin. As the region’s consumer economy develops, Tianjin has grown into an e-commerce, retail & logistics hub. The robust manufacturing industry and the emerging e-commerce retail business have spawned a demand for warehousing and logistics facilities.
Prologis owns and operates logistics and distribution facilities in Tianjin.
Data as of December 31, 2021.
Tianjin Jingbin Logistics CenterTianjin Jingbin Industrial Park , TianjinTotal Size: 56,300 SMBuilding Type: 3 single-story warehouses
Tianjin Jinnan Logistics CenterSouth of Shengtang Road, East of Tianjin-Dagang Highway, Xiaozhan Industrial Park, Jinnan District , TianjinTotal Size: 158,000 SMBuilding Type: 2 single-story and 4 two-story warehouses
Tianjin Ninghe Logistics CenterNo. 2 Anjie West Road, Modern Industry Area, Future Technology City, Ninghe County , TianjinTotal Size: 136,600 SMBuilding Type: 6 single-story warehouses