Sharaf Group boosts its investments in India’s logistics, infrastructure

UAE’s Sharaf Group will boost its investments in India’s logistics parks, infrastructure and food sectors as the country becomes more business-friendly for foreign investors. “We have presence in five logistics parks in India and plan to add 10 more cities. Our focus is infrastructure because India lags in this segment,” Sharaf said. The company has … Continue reading “Sharaf Group boosts its investments in India’s logistics, infrastructure”

LOGOS invests $800 million in India to progress pan-Asian strategy

With investment commitments from Ivanho Cambridge and QuadReal Property Group, LOGOS India announced today that it would allocate USD 800 million or INR 52.12 billion towards developing high-calibre, modern logistics facilities at targeted cities around India. Earlier this year, LOGOS Group (Australia’s integrated logistics real estate firm) partnered with an Indian firm, Assetz Property Group … Continue reading “LOGOS invests $800 million in India to progress pan-Asian strategy”

Indospace bets on Indian logistics as e-commerce booms

Indospace was among the early movers to bet on India’s zero-mile city, Nagpur emerging to become one of Asia’s key logistics hubs. The storage facility developer and industrial real estate investor pledged USD 1 billion towards expanding warehousing space in India. After recently selling off a large segment of its logistics assets to Canada Pension … Continue reading “Indospace bets on Indian logistics as e-commerce booms”

UAE to set up $75 billion infrastructure fund for India

Image by: The Economic Times Investors from UAE show keen interest to set up a $75 billion infrastructure fund for India to invest in brownfield projects as they have shorter gestation periods. UAE’s strategic goal is to safeguard and boost both the countries’ status as major trade hubs and key gateways to regional and international … Continue reading “UAE to set up $75 billion infrastructure fund for India”

Dubai based port operator eyes majority stake in Warburg Pincus backed Indian logistics giant

DP World, a Dubai-based port operator, committed $1 billion to Indian logistics earlier this year. The maritime giant will likely allocate a significant portion of this budget to acquire a majority stake in Warburg-Pincus backed Continental Warehousing Corporation – a flagship company of Chennai-based NDR group that is valued at about USD 700 million. CWC, … Continue reading “Dubai based port operator eyes majority stake in Warburg Pincus backed Indian logistics giant”