The Logistics sector has proved its resilience during the coronavirus crisis, confirming its status as a sure bet for investors across Europe and beyond. What are the prospects and challenges for the sector in Q4 2020 and beyond? Does Logistics still have that feel-good factor or is competition for assets and land becoming a problem? Are high prices for assets and land putting some investors off? How has Covid-19 changed the sector? The lockdown led to a huge rise in e-commerce, which in turn led to a re-thinking of supply chains. Will this lead to permanent change? Will near-shoring become the norm? As consumers' demands increase, how can companies deliver more last-mile centres? What do occupiers want? Technology and innovation have been drivers of growth in e-commerce and logistics. What is the latest on the impact of robotics, big data, driverless lorries, drones, artificial intelligence and other innovations on the sector? Are the large developers and operators best place to meet demand or are there opportunities for niche players as well? What are the main risks to the sector? What will be the practical impact of Brexit, as the UK will sever links with the European Union on January 1st 2021? Will growing East/West tensions have repercussions for China's One Road, One Belt initiative? Which countries are likely to benefit the most from the boom in logistics? what are the main differences between markets? In which countries is scarcity of product becoming an issue? Speculative development is back: what are the prospects? What about build-to-suit?
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