June 24, 2018

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UAE investment firm acquires Amazon logistics centres for $144mn

UAE investment firms acquires Amazon logistics centres for $144mn
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UAE-based Gulf Islamic Investments (GII) announced the acquisition of nearly one million square feet of logistics centres for Amazon for $144mn.

The two Grade A logistics centres, located in Dortmund, Germany, serve as Amazon’s key logistics centres supplying goods to 29 other facilities. The newly built facilities are leased out to Amazon on a long-term lease with regular rental uplifts linked to Germany CPI.

Mohammed Al-Hassan, co-founder and CEO, said: “GII’s real estate investment strategy is to have an exposure to good yielding commercial assets with investment grade tenants. We believe this transaction perfectly matches our investment strategy.”

He added: “Dortmund offers a strategic location for a high-growth market and is one of the most important logistics hubs in whole Europe. Germany also produces about one-quarter of the EU’s GDP, with investment safety rates and remarkable returns. Al-Hassan confirmed that GII plans to keep acquiring high quality income yielding real estate assets in the US, UK and Germany.”

Pankaj Gupta, co-CEO of GII said the property marks its fifth international real estate asset and the first in Germany, adding that its total investment in the European market has crossed $500mn.

 

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