Prologis ESG 21-22
Prologis’ 2021-22 ESG Report Sets Net Zero Ambition by 2040

Prologis’ 2021-22 ESG Report Sets Net Zero Ambition by 2040

At Prologis, our approach to sustainable logistics is customer centric. When we minimize the impact of construction, maximize building operating...

Arlanda DC6
John Deere Expands With Prologis in Arlandastad

John Deere Expands With Prologis in Arlandastad

The logistics real estate company Prologis signed a new agreement with John Deere in Arlandastad, Sweden. The lease, for 6,500 square meters at the...

Rosersberg DC4
Prologis Acquires Land, Builds Spec Facility in Rosersberg

Prologis Acquires Land, Builds Spec Facility in Rosersberg

Prologis continues to expand in the Nordic region. The logistics real estate company announces a new land acquisition of 51,300 square meters in the...

Walk in the park
A Walk in the Park

A Walk in the Park

Prologis customers are the center of our business. The European initiative PARKlife™ is part of this focus, offering extra facilities and amenities to...

Rapport 220613
Strong Demand Sends True Months of Supply to New Low

Strong Demand Sends True Months of Supply to New Low

Prologis Research introduces a new proprietary metric: Prologis True Months of Supply (TMSTM), as well as to report on Q1 Industrial Business...

Ukraina
Responding to the refugee crisis

Responding to the refugee crisis

As the war in Ukraine continues, more than two million people have fled that nation, with the majority traveling to neighboring Poland.

Gothemburg DC2
DHL Expands with Prologis in Gothenburg—Now Leasing Entire DC2

DHL Expands with Prologis in Gothenburg—Now Leasing Entire DC2

DHL Supply Chain recently leased an additional 5,900 square meters at the Prologis logistics park in Torslanda, Gothenburg, Sweden. The agreement...

Suplychain disruption
Persistent Disruption: Prologis Research Special Report

Persistent Disruption: Prologis Research Special Report

Prologis' Research team releases “Persistent Disruption” that explores the shift logistics customers are making from "just in time" to "just in case"...