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      Multi-Storey Warehouses 2016

      MajorReport | May 2016

      Multi-storey warehouses are, as the name suggests, a warehouse consisting of more than one floor, which increases the usable floor space per square foot of land.

      Access to the higher floors of a multi-storey warehouse is granted via two ways: ramp-up and cargo-lift.

      Higher utilisation rates are important in land-constrained cities such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo and South Korea. Multi-storey warehouses are therefore more common in Asia than in the, Pacific, US or Europe, where more land is available.



      Henry Chin, Ph.D
      Head of Research
      Asia Pacific
      +852 2820 8160

      Dennis Yeo
      Managing Director, Asia
      Advisory & Transaction Services
      Industrial & Logistics
      +65 6328 1317

      Rosanna Tang
      CBRE Research, Asia Pacific
      +852 2820 2806

      Matt Haddon
      Senior Managing Director, Pacific
      Industrial & Logistics
      +61 3 8621 3311

      Jason Fong
      Logistics Specialist
      CBRE Research, Asia Pacific
      +852 2820 2867


      Multi-Storey Warehouses 2016