Why super-sized warehouses are all the rage in SA

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Warehouse vacancy rates are at record lows and new land for development that is closer to urban areas is scarce.
Warehouse vacancy rates are at record lows and new land for development that is closer to urban areas is scarce.
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The main trends with industrial property in South Africa is that the size of new developments keeps on getting bigger, and logistics and warehousing are leading the demand curve compared to manufacturing. This is according to Malusi Mthuli, head of FNB Commercial Property Finance in KwaZulu-Natal. 

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