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Focus on the European Warehousing and Industrial Real Estate Outlook 2008

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - June 25, 2008) - Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report related to the Logistics and freight industry is available in its catalogue.

European Warehousing and Industrial Real Estate Outlook 2008

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Introduction

Increasing amounts of equity based capital will target the European warehousing and industrial real estate markets and going forward equity and low leverage buyers will dominate the market. This report analyses the European warehousing market, providing a detailed overview of the market conditions, and Datamonitor's country-wise 2008 outlook for the industry and the economy.

Scope

Gain an insight into the role of the logistics and distribution industry in driving the demand for warehousing and industrial property. Analyses the impact of GDP growth, unemployment, manufacturing growth and consumer spending on each country's industrial property market performance. The current situation and future outlook for the European warehousing and industrial real estate market with top level economic and property data.

Highlights

The European industrial real estate market saw limited levels of growth in 2007, with supply and demand in most countries being more balanced than in previous years. Overall rental growth in Europe was just 2.5% Central and Eastern Europe once again reverted to out performance, with rental growth of 7% compared to just 1.3% in Western Europe. As credit squeeze slowly impacts the EU market, the more mature locations may slow further in the second half of 2008. However, there will be an increasing number of opportunities for occupiers from both the manufacturing and logistics sectors to discover lower cost locations, and this trend will generate rental growth in most locations in 2008. In the CEE region though the pipeline is large, there is sustained demand and proportionally less good-quality space available. Demand for space in regional cities is also increasing. Manufacturers will continue moving their operations to lower cost locations in the foreseeable future, thus ensuring a steadily growing demand for logistics property.

Reasons to Purchase

Gain an analytical insight into 20 country markets across Europe, and assess both the current situation and the 2008 outlook for industrial property. Provides access to the crucial industrial rents review and 2008 outlook for over 90 locations across Europe.

Overview 1

Catalyst 1

Summary 1

Executive Summary 2

Table of Contents 3

Table of figures 4

CHAPTER 1 THE EUROPEAN WAREHOUSING MARKET - LOTS IN STORE FOR THE FUTURE 5

1.1 Demand 9

1.2 Supply 11

1.3 Rents 12

1.4 Investment 13

1.5 Country Market Review 15

CHAPTER 2 KEY MARKET PROFILES 17

2.1 WAREHOUSING MARKET IN GERMANY 17

2.1.1 Market Overview 17

2.1.2 Warehousing Demand and Supply 17

2.1.3 Freight Villages 19

2.1.4 Market Outlook 20

2.2 WAREHOUSING MARKET IN THE UK 21

2.2.1 Market Overview 21

2.2.2 Warehousing Demand and Supply 22

2.2.3 Economic Outlook 23

2.2.4 Industrial Property Outlook 23

2.3 WAREHOUSING MARKET IN FRANCE 25

2.3.1 Market Overview 25

2.3.2 Warehousing Demand and Supply 26

2.4 WAREHOUSING MARKET IN SPAIN 29

2.4.1 Market Overview 30

2.4.2 Logistics Property Market 31

2.4.3 Warehousing Supply 32

2.4.1 Warehousing Demand 33

2.4.1 Market Outlook 33

2.5 WAREHOUSING MARKET IN POLAND 34

2.5.1 Market Overview 34

2.5.2 Warehousing Demand and Supply 35

2.5.3 Key Trends 36

2.5.4 Market Outlook 37

CHAPTER 3 COUNTRY MARKET REVIEW 38

3.1 AUSTRIA 38

2006 Review 38

2007 Review 38

Outlook for the Economy 38

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 39

3.2 BELGIUM 40

2006 Review 40

2007 Review 40

Outlook for the Economy 40

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 41

3.3 BULGARIA 42

2006 Review 42

2007 Review 42

Outlook for the Economy 42

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 42

3.4 CZECH REPUBLIC 44

2006 Review 44

2007 Review 44

Outlook for the Economy 44

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 45

3.5 DENMARK 46

2006 Review 46

2007 Review 46

Outlook for the Economy 46

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 47

3.6 FINLAND 48

2006 Review 48

2007 Review 48

Outlook for the Economy 48

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 49

3.7 GREECE 50

2006 Review 50

2007 Review 50

Outlook for the Economy 50

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 51

3.8 HUNGARY 52

2006 Review 52

2007 Review 52

Outlook for the Economy 52

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 53

3.9 IRELAND 54

2006 Review 54

2007 Review 54

Outlook for the Economy 54

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 55

3.10 ITALY 56

2006 Review 56

2007 Review 56

Outlook for the Economy 56

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 57

3.11 NETHERLANDS 58

2006 Review 58

2007 Review 58

Outlook for the Economy 58

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 58

3.12 PORTUGAL 60

2006 Review 60

2007 Review 60

Outlook for the Economy 60

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 60

3.13 ROMANIA 62

2006 Review 62

2007 Review 62

Outlook for the Economy 62

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 63

3.14 RUSSIA 64

2006 Review 64

2007 Review 64

Outlook for the Economy 64

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 65

3.15 SLOVAKIA 66

2006 Review 66

2007 Review 66

Outlook for the Economy 66

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 67

3.16 SWEDEN 68

2006 Review 68

2007 Review 68

Outlook for the Economy 68

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 69

3.17 SWITZERLAND 70

2006 Review 70

2007 Review 70

Outlook for the Economy 70

Outlook for the Industrial Property Market 71

CHAPTER 4 EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY MARKET OUTLOOK 72

List of Tables

Table 1: Europe: Industrial Rents Review and Outlook by Location (EUR /sqm/yr) 15

Table 2: Germany: Logistics Market - Regional Space turnover (in m2), 2006 - 2007 17

Table 3: Germany: Logistics Spaces 2007 18

Table 4: Germany: Annual Takeup (Sq meters), 2006 & Q1-Q3 2007 20

Table 5: France: Prime Logistics Yields as at September 2007 25

Table 6: France: Prime Logistics Rents as of September 2007 26

Table 7: Spain: Prime Industrial Rents, December 2007 31

Table 8: Spain: Prime Industrial Yields, December 07 32

Table 9: Europe Outlook: Economy Performance Vs Industrial Property Performance, 2008 72

List of Figures

Figure 1: European Industrial Rental Growth Rate Per Annum (%), 2003-2007 5

Figure 2: EU-15 Industrial Yields Index, 1997-2005 6

Figure 3: EU-15 Industrial Rental Index (March 1988=100), 1992-2006 7

Figure 4: Top 10 European Industrial Markets by Take-up in 2007 9

Figure 5: Total Warehouse Space (Million Square Meters), 2006-2010 11

Figure 6: European Logistics Investment Market (EUR Billion), 2000-2006 13

Figure 7: Germany: Freight Villages 19

Figure 8: The United Kingdom: Income Return (Yield) and Capital Growth of Warehouse/Distribution Properties, 1991-2005 21

Figure 9: France: Geographic Breakdown of Take-up (%), 2007 (Till October) 27

Figure 10: France: Breakdown of Take-up (000 Square Meters), 2000-Q3 2007 28

Figure 11: Spain: Main Logistic Areas 29

Figure 12: Spain: Industrial Investment Volume (EUR Millions), 2001 - Q2 2007 30

Figure 13: Poland: Take-up by Regional Market (%), 2007 34

Figure 14: Poland: Warehousing Supply by Regional Markets (Sqm), 2007 35

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