23 April 2020

KWM advises LOGOS on the establishment of a US$800 million logistics development venture in China

King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) advised LOGOS on the completion of its first close to establish a new logistics development venture in China with Ivanhoé Cambridge, Bouwinvest and a GCC-based (Gulf Cooperation Council) investor.

The establishment of the new venture, LOGOS China Logistics Venture 4 (the “Venture”), aims to develop high-quality logistics and industrial facilities in key logistics markets servicing Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and selected markets in the mid-west of China. The Venture will have over US$800 million in investment capacity from this first closing with the investment program to commence when China’s market conditions stabilise following COVID-19.

LOGOS is a dynamic and growing logistics specialist with operations across Australia, China, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, India and New Zealand. LOGOS manages every aspect of logistics real estate, including investment management, sourcing land or facilities and undertaking development and asset management, on behalf of some of the world’s leading global real estate investors.

The KWM team was led by Hong Kong partner Guo Sun Lee, with support from Janine Ding, Clarissa Watt, Justine Sinn, Andrew Watson and Zeny Chow.

*Any reference to “Hong Kong” or “Hong Kong SAR” shall be construed as a reference to “Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China”.

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