In this event leading developers, agents and industry experts discuss the latest trends and critical issues in the logistics real estate market in China.
Cities like Chengdu and Wuhan are starting to experience serious oversupply of warehouses and the situation might get worse in 2016 year as new stock comes to these areas. While some developers and agents are optimistic about the outcome, some analysts predict that the situation might get worse in other Tier 2 & 3 cities in China.
Are we reaching the tipping point in the logistics real estate market in China? What is your action plan for leasing excess inventory and defending against the market slow-down?
Stuart Ross, Regional Director, Head of Industrial, China, Jones Lang LaSalle
TOPIC: THE NEW NORMAL FOR INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES IN CHINA
Stuart Ross has over 20 years of industrial real estate experience, including 5 in China. Before joining Jones Lang LaSalle as Regional Director, he was a Director at CBRE. Stuart holds a Bachelors degree in Business from the University of Western Sydney.
Jones Lang LaSalle is a professional services and investment management firm offering specialized real estate services to clients seeking increased value by owning, occupying and investing in real estate.
Aman Sapra, Director for Global Supply Chain & Inventory Strategy, St. Onge Company
TOPIC: THE LOGISTICS PERSPECTIVES OF REAL ESTATE INDUSTRIAL DECISION
At St. Onge Aman Sapra specializes in inventory management, route optimization and emerging markets logistics strategy development. Before joining St. Onge he was a Systems Engineer for Tata Consultancy Services. Aman has a Masters in Industrial Engineering from Purdue and a BE from Punjab Engineering College.
St. Onge is a supply chain strategy and logistics consulting firm.
Greg Isaacson, Manager, International Advisory, DTZ/Cushman & Wakefield
TOPIC: SUNNY WITH A CHANCE OF BUBBLES - THE OUTLOOK ON CHINA'S WAREHOSUE MARKET
Greeg Isaacson provides real estate research and due diligence support to Cushman Wakefield's international clients active in China. He has a Bachelors degree from Cornell.
Cushman & Wakefield is a global leader in commercial real estate services.
Vincent Cheung, President, Asia Pacific Region, BPS Global Group
TOPIC: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF THE CHINA LOGISTICS REAL ESTATE MARKET - EXPERIENCE IN HONG KONG
Vincent Cheung leads Asia operations for BPS Global Group. He earned a Masters and Bachelors degree from the University of Hong Kong.
Founded in 1992 and headquartered in Hong Kong, BPS Global Group is a leading provider of integrated engineering building services and automated logistics solutions.
Tammy Tang, Executive Director of Industrial Services, China, Colliers International
TOPIC: ASIA'S LOGISTICS WAREHOUSE OVERVIEW: CHINA VS THE REST OF ASIA
Tammy Tang is responsible for the China Industrial team at Colliers International with specialists in various offices in China covering logistics warehouses, manufacturing factories, business parks, R&D centers, data centers and land. She was previously Senior Vice President at GDS Services & Infrastructure, and Head of Industrial, Shanghai, at Jones Lang LaSalle. Tammy earned a Bachelors in Business Administration from the University of Hong Kong.
Colliers International is an industry-leading global real estate company operating more than 500 offices across 66 countries.
James Shepherd, Executive Director, International Advisory, DTZ/Cushman & Wakefield
Q&A PANEL DISCUSSION MODERATED BY JAMES SHEPHERD
James Shepherd is Executive Director, Head of Research & Consultancy for Cushman & Wakefield covering Greater China, based out of Shanghai. Previously he was Senior Director, Advisory & Research Services, at Colliers International, Director, Transaction Real Estate, at E&Y, and Director at Knight Frank. James has a BA from Southampton Solent University.
Cushman & Wakefield is a global leader in commercial real estate services,
Max Henry is Founder & Executive Director of the Global Suppy Chain Council and hosted this event.