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Who Are The New Owners of Logistics Assets in Spain?

Investors, including funds and management companies, have carried out a dozen operations such as the purchase of assets and land and the extension of existing assets.

Undamaged by Covid, with high returns and with products available on the market. These three factors have placed logistics assets in the spotlight of large investors who have closed many important operations in the sector in recent months.

But who are the new logistics owners in Spain? On the one hand, there are large international companies and funds such as Aquila, Patrizia, Batipart, Invesco, and Segro, which have all acquired logistics assets and land in Spain in just a month and a half.

On the other hand, operators such as Amazon, Mercadona, UPS and Correos have all undertaken investments to improve their facilities in the country.

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