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GUANGZHOU | 2021 | LOGISTICS: Rise of Export E-Commerce Propels Guangzhou’s Logistics Market

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Rise of Export E-Commerce Propels Guangzhou’s Logistics Market

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E-commerce in China has become a mature industry, representing one-fourth of the total retail sales. With the mature industrial supply in China, we expect export e-commerce will continue to be the bright spot in the Chinese economy and one of the main demand driver for logistics leasing.

As a traditional foreign trade hub, Guangzhou embraced online sales platforms to become third largest export e-commerce city in China by volume. Due to export e-commerce platforms prefer to rent warehouses close to transportation hubs like Guangzhou Baiyun Airport and Nansha Port, we recommend logistics landlords in the emerging submarkets in Foshan North, Guangzhou North, Zhaoqing and Qingyuan target the export e-commerce companies.


GUANGZHOU | 2021 | LOGISTICS: Rise of Export E-Commerce Propels Guangzhou’s Logistics Market

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Alan Fung

Managing Director

Guangzhou

Alan Fung has joined Colliers International as Managing Director for South China. Alan is a seasoned real estate veteran, with more than 28 years’ experience in leasing, advisory and transaction services. Over his career, Alan has been responsible for providing professional services to numerous large scale projects in Hong Kong and Southern China, as well as helping domestic and multinational corporations address their property and investment needs. In addition to his duties as MD for South China, Alan will also oversee our South China Office Services business.

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