GBT.SG - Global Logistic Properties LtdR

Stuttgart - Stuttgart Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
2.067
+0.016 (+0.780%)
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Open2.067
Bid0.000 x 1500000
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Day's Range2.067 - 2.067
52 Week Range1.402 - 2.074
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  • Global Logistic Properties profits up 33.6% to US$231.26m in Q3
    Singapore Business Reviewlast month

    Global Logistic Properties profits up 33.6% to US$231.26m in Q3

    Global Logistic Properties' (GLP) profits rose 33.6% YoY from $235.28m (US$173.06m) to $314.4m (US$231.26m) in Q3. According to its financial statement, revenue increased by 31.9% YoY from $290.48m (US$213.66m) to $383m (US$281.71m). The increase was mainly attributable to the revenue from financial services in China and from completion and stabilization of development projects in China with increasing rents.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - Oct 2

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  • Reuters2 months ago

    Global Logistic Properties buys European logistics firm for $2.8 billion

    Asia's biggest warehouse operator, Global Logistic Properties (GLP), agreed to acquire European logistics platform Gazeley for about $2.8 billion, marking its first push into Europe and underscoring consolidation in the buoyant sector. In a statement on Monday, GLP said the properties, owned by funds affiliated with Brookfield Asset Management Inc, were spread across four countries and comprised 32 million square feet (3.0 million square metres) of total gross leasable area. Singapore-listed GLP, which has a $42 billion portfolio of assets across China, Japan, Brazil and the United States, is benefiting from rising demand for logistics facilities driven by a boom in e-commerce from clients such as Amazon.com Inc and JD.com Inc.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    Global Logistic Properties to Buy Facilities in Europe

    Global Logistic Properties Monday announced plans to acquire a portfolio of assets in four European countries totaling 32 million square feet.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Global Logistic Properties buys European logistics firm for $2.8 billion

    Asia's biggest warehouse operator, Global Logistic Properties (GLP) (GLPL.SI), agreed to acquire European logistics platform Gazeley for about $2.8 billion (£2.09 billion), marking its first push into Europe and underscoring consolidation in the buoyant sector. In a statement on Monday, GLP said the properties, owned by funds affiliated with Brookfield Asset Management Inc (BAMa.TO), were spread across four countries and comprised 32 million square feet (3.0 million square metres) of total gross leasable area. Singapore-listed GLP, which has a $42 billion portfolio of assets across China, Japan, Brazil and the United States, is benefiting from rising demand for logistics facilities driven by a boom in e-commerce from clients such as Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) and JD.com Inc (JD.O).

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Global Logistic Properties expands into Europe with $2.8 bln acquisition

    Global Logistic Properties (GLP) said on Monday it has agreed to acquire Gazely, a leading European logistics platform, for about $2.8 billion, as part of its expansion into Europe. GLP said in a statement the acquisition included properties across four countries and comprised 32 million square feet (3.0 million square metres) of total gross leasable area. The acquisition portfolio was concentrated in Europe's key logistics markets, with 57 percent in the United Kingdom, 25 percent in Germany, 14 percent in France and the remainder in the Netherlands.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Global Logistic Properties agrees to be bought by China group for $11.6 bln

    Global Logistic Properties (GLP), Asia's biggest warehouse operator, said it had agreed to be acquired by a Chinese private equity consortium backed by senior GLP executives for roughly S$16 billion ($11.6 billion). The deal is set to be Asia's largest buyout by a private equity group. "After an extensive evaluation of all final proposals received, the Special Committee decided on the proposed Scheme, which we believe is compelling and value-enhancing for all shareholders," Seek Ngee Huat, chairman of GLP's Board said in a statement.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Bid target Global Logistic Properties halts trading ahead of announcement

    Global Logistic Properties Ltd, subject of a bid battle between a Chinese consortium and a group led by Warburg Pincus, asked for its shares to be halted for trading pending the release of an announcement. ...

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Logistics firm GLP receives proposals from bidders

    Warehouse operator Global Logistic Properties said on Monday it had received "firm proposals" from shortlisted bidders. Sources familiar with the matter had said on Friday that the $10 billion race had narrowed to two suitors - a Chinese consortium backed by the company's management and a rival group led by Warburg Pincus. "The Special Committee is now conducting an in-depth and independent review of all terms of the proposals in consultation with the company’s external advisers," GLP said in a statement.

  • Bloomberg10 months ago

    Singapore's GLP to Shortlist At Least 3 Bidder Groups

    Global Logistic Properties Ltd. has shortlisted at least three groups in the bidding for the Singapore-based warehouse operator, people with knowledge of the matter said.

  • GuruFocus.com10 months ago

    Baron Emerging Markets Fund Comments on Global Logistic Properties

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  • GuruFocus.com11 months ago

    Third Avenue Management Comments on Global Logistic Properties

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  • GuruFocus.com11 months ago

    Third Avenue International Value Fund 4th Quarter Letter

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  • Bloomberg11 months ago

    Singapore's Rare Buyout Bird

    Competition for Global Logistic Properties is sure to be spirited.

  • Bloomberg11 months ago

    Warehouse Owner GLP Seeks Bidders for Singapore Company

    Global Logistic Properties Ltd. has begun formally reaching out to potential bidders for the $7.8 billion industrial property owner, people with knowledge of the matter said.