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Facts About Prologis

  • 76 Million Square Meters
  • 3,840 Buildings
  • 5000 Customers
  • 1,600 Employees
  • 19 Countries
  • 4 Continents
  • $118B Assets Under Management
  • 1983 Founded
  • 100 Global Most Sustainable Corporations
  • #100 S&P 500 Member
Data as of December 31, 2019, for assets the company owned or had investments in, on a wholly owned basis or through co-investment ventures, properties and development projects.

Logistics Real Estate Markets that Matter

Railawy station in Lodz, Central Poland

Central Poland, Poland’s Up-and-Coming Trade Center

Central Poland is anchored by Łódź Province. Łódź is catching up with the national average as its GDP is growing quickly, but is currently below the nation’s average.

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague, Capital of Modernizing Czech Republic

Prague, a storied city, has emerged as the 21st century’s political, cultural and business capital of the Czech Republic. With a metropolitan area population of about 1.3 million, Prague is an important consumer economy, accounting for nearly one-quarter of the Czech economy’s total output and a GDP per capita more than twice the national average.

Bratysława, Słowacja

Bratislava, Industrial and Economic Engine of Slovakia

Bratislava is Slovakia’s political, commercial and financial capital, as well as the country’s wealthiest region. With a population of 414,000, Bratislava’s per capita household income is more than twice Slovakia’s average. High personal income is the engine for Slovakia’s consumption growth.

With its educated workforce, favorable business climate...

Budapest, Hungary

Budapest, Historic Capital of Hungary

Budapest is the historic political, cultural and financial capital of Hungary. With a metropolitan area population of about 1.7 million, comprising 20 percent of the country’s population, Budapest is Hungary’s most densely populated metropolitan area.

Budapest sits at the heart of Hungary’s continuing efforts to modernize. Key industries in...

Poznań, Polska

Poznań, Gateway to Eastern Europe

Midway between Berlin and Warsaw and an important trade center since the Middle Ages, Poznań is the economic and administrative center of Poland’s Wielkopolska region. With a population of 1.4 million, it is the country’s fifth-largest metropolitan area. An economic powerhouse with the second-biggest local economy after Warsaw, Poznań has the...

Warsa market

Warsaw, Capital of a Rising Consumer Economy

With a population of about 1.7 million, Warsaw is the dynamic, sprawling capital of Poland, a nation of 38 million that is integrating into the global economy rapidly. Measured by purchasing power parity, Poland is the world’s 25th-largest economy.

Warsaw is Poland’s political, financial, cultural and commercial capital. Thanks to rising...


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