Embracing grade A warehousing and logistics park kurla

Embracing Grade-A in-city distribution centres and discovering the potential of Lodha Logistics Park, Kurla

The quick commerce market in India is on a meteoric rise, projected to reach $5.5 billion by 2025 1. In this logistics revolution that is underway, the increasing demand for instant deliveries is growing at a rapid rate. This transformation has sparked a surge in the need for Grade-A in-city distribution centres strategically positioned to meet the changing expectations of urban consumers. 

Grade-A Facilities: Why are they essential?

Grade-A in-city distribution centres are cutting-edge logistics hubs strategically located within urban areas. They represent the future of distribution warehouses, offering efficient solutions for businesses of all sizes operating in the industry of last-mile logistics.

Traditionally, warehouses were located in remote outskirts, emphasising the industrial park in acres and highway proximity. However, the rapid growth of e-commerce and the demand for instant delivery have reshaped consumer expectations. The need for swift, efficient deliveries, especially last-mile logistics, has never been higher. In-city distribution centres address these demands by offering optimal locations for cost-effective and rapid delivery. Aligning with the preference for convenience and prompt service, this shift signifies the warehousing industry’s proactive response to the changing face of commerce in India.

Your gateway to exponential growth

Located in the heart of Mumbai and spread over 8 acres, Lodha Logistics Park (LLP), Kurla is Mumbai’s first and only Grade-A in-city distribution centre perfectly positioned to leverage this growth. Here’s why LLP is a game-changer:

Strategic Location: Situated in Mumbai’s bustling centre, the park caters to the city’s extensive and expanding customer base. Its exceptional connectivity to over 25Mn+ consumers with access to major highways and transportation networks ensures efficient transportation of goods to and from the city’s main distribution centres.

Future-ready Infrastructure and efficient design: The Park offers world-class facilities, including truck and employee parking, private washrooms, FM-2 flooring and goods elevators, addressing the need for state-of-the-art logistics infrastructure and warehouses in Mumbai. The Park has abundantly planned docks for easy good movement and storage, unidirectional traffic flow, dedicated platforms for goods movement, and well-placed stairs and elevators, which optimise efficiency at every step.

ESG Focus: Lodha Logistics Park is an ESG-focused in-city distribution centre where we believe in harmonising urban development with nature. The Park has green spaces, and sustainable features like the EV charging stations to promote the use of electric vehicles, solar panels on the roof to generate clean energy, and water utilisation systems to conserve water. These measures help to reduce the park’s carbon footprint, and environmental impact while creating a more sustainable and equitable future. 

Hassle-free experience: Lodha Logistics Park, Kurla, stands out by being 100% compliant, securing essential approvals, and adhering to strict fire and safety standards providing a reliable and secure logistics solution.

Flexible Scalability: Ranging from 5,000 sq.ft. to 50,000 sq.ft., the logistics park offers scalable solutions. It accommodates businesses of all sizes, aligning them with their diverse logistics requirements in Mumbai’s evolving market.

Why should you choose Lodha Logistics Park, Kurla?

Whether you’re a start-up striving for swift deliveries or an established e-commerce giant. Our in-city distribution centre is tailored to meet all your specific needs. We understand the pain points of businesses operating in this fast-paced market where the need for on-demand delivery, strategic location and top-notch infrastructure are required for scalability. Our commitment to excellence, sustainability and safety positions us as the ideal logistics partner to help you navigate and thrive in the quick commerce revolution.

Embrace the future with Lodha Logistics Park, Kurla

According to projections, the Indian in-city warehousing market is poised for exceptional growth, with a projected CAGR of 15% from 2022 to 2027 2. This trend is firmly rooted in the changing shopping habits of Indian consumers, resulting in the surge of last-mile deliveries and the need for distribution centres and warehouses in Mumbai.

Lodha Logistics Park, Kurla, is ready to partner with your growth journey.  Our innovative approach and commitment to sustainability make us the ultimate solution for businesses ready to thrive in the quick commerce revolution. Contact us today to discover how we can supercharge your industrial development and warehousing needs, empowering you to navigate the exciting and challenging logistics landscape with confidence & sustainable solutions. Come and experience the future of last mile logistics for complex urban logistics needs only at Lodha Logistics Park, Kurla.

Lodha buys 8 acres in Mumbai’s Kurla for green digital infrastructure

Realty developer Lodha Group, Bain Capital, and Ivanhoé Cambridge-backed Lodha Green Digital Infrastructure (LGDI) has acquired an over 8-acre land parcel in Mumbai’s Kurla locality.

The land will be used for the development of over 4 lakhs sq ft of Grade-A multi-tenanted in-city fulfilment centre to provide the last-mile warehousing infrastructure to third party logistics (3PL), e-commerce, and quick-commerce companies.

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Lodha has partnered with Skechers, a global lifestyle, athletic footwear and apparel brand for building their National Distribution Centre at Lodha Industrial and Logistics Park, Palava.

Lodha, known for building world’s finest developments, will now be developing this landmark warehouse which will be the tallest warehouse in India with the height of 17m at the eaves and 24m at the highest point. The 1.1 MM sq.ft. warehouse will be Skechers’ second largest distribution centre in Asia. With focus on ESG, the building is pre-certified as IGBC- Platinum and will also be the first warehouse building in Western India to have FM1 super flat flooring.

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Lodha announces $1 billion partnership with Ivanhoe Cambridge, Bain Capital to develop Green Digital Infrastructure Platform

Each of the three partners will have around 33% equity interest in the property ownership, whilst Lodha will lead the development, operations, and management of the assets.

Real estate developer Lodha on May 11 announced a partnership with Bain Capital and Ivanhoé Cambridge to set up a next-generation green digital infrastructure platform that will invest $1 billion for developing digital infrastructure that includes logistics and light industrial parks as well as in-city fulfilment centres across the country.

The venture to develop Green Digital Infrastructure for India’s digital economy with an investment of around $1 billion, aims to create about 30 million sq ft of operational assets to serve India’s digital economy.

There is a huge demand for Grade-A digital infrastructure in our country. On the backdrop of this demand and enabling multitude of job opportunities in the country, the deal is slated to line up a planned development across geographies in India.

Lodha will be responsible for developing, operating, and managing the platform assets through a dedicated entity and has already built a strong capability network for the said entity. The company has already started looking at the pan-India acquisitions of land and other core value-add assets.

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Warehousing on Demand

Shaishav Dharia, CEO – Townships and Rental Assets, Lodha Group, talks about Mumbai’s fast-emerging industrial and logistical destination.

What are the services offered by the Lodha Group?

Palava Industrial and Logistics Park (PILP) has emerged as Mumbai’s preferred industrial and logistics destination. The Grade-A industrial and logistics park planned across 800 acres is being designed with sustainability at the core, for creating long-term value for the clients. With 300 acres already under development, the park is located in close proximity to the industrial hub of Navi Mumbai – Taloja MIDC. It offers manufacturing companies a ready ecosystem of skilled and semi-skilled labour, transportation ecosystem and ancillary industries. Moreover, the park enjoys excellent connectivity to JNPT, the upcoming Navi Mumbai International Airport, and the upcoming Multi-Modal Corridor making it a hub for logistics and warehousing.

It is part of the 4,500-acre Palava city that provides a ready social ecosystem with high-quality residences, social housing, world-class education, healthcare and much more. PILP offers clients the full suite of options to set up operations, whether in terms of leasing or buying Built-to-Suit buildings, or buying land for construction, along with easy scalability and expansion options. With clean marketable land titles, all statutory approvals and permits in place, the park offers a complete hassle-free on-boarding and operations to the clients.

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Japan’s Flyjac Logistics buys 22.3-acre land parcel at Lodha’s industrial park near Mumbai

Flyjac Logistics, subsidiary of Japanese logistics company Hitachi Transport System Group, has acquired an over 22.3-acre land parcel from Lodha Group at its Palava Industrial and Logistics Park (PILP) near Mumbai.

Both the entities–Lodha also known as Macrotech Developers and Flyjac, which is one of the largest integrated logistic service providers–have already signed the deal. The land parcel has a total development potential of 1 million sq ft.

Flyjac Logistics, one of the largest integrated logistic service providers, already has such warehousing facilities operational across India. However, this transaction represents their first outright buy of land parcel in western India to set up a warehousing facility. Most of the third-party logistics major’s warehousing facilities in western region are leased assets.

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Lodha Group strengthens its leadership team

The group appoints Ramit Chopra as National Head – Business Development & Leasing Team (Industrial and Logistics Parks) and Veeresh Rao as Technical Head (Industrial and Logistics Parks)

Lodha Group, India’s real estate developer by residential sales, strengthens its leadership team of Industrial and Logistics business with new appointments. The group appoints Ramit Chopra as National Head – Business Development & Leasing (Industrial and Logistics Parks) and Veeresh Rao as Technical Head (Industrial and Logistics Parks). The Group’s current focus will be on the development of Palava Industrial and Logistics Park (PILP).

Ramit Chopra is an expert in lease transactions, deal negotiations, and investment strategies. His key responsibility at the Group will include leading the industrial and logistics vertical growth across cities. Additionally, he will be instrumental in strengthening Lodha Group’s land acquisition capability and building a national & global network. He comes with 18+ years of strong experience in real estate with over 10 years of exposure in logistics and warehousing developments across India. Before joining Lodha, Ramit has held various leadership roles across the country in firms like Indospace and Embassy Industrial Parks [Warburg Pincus]

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