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Facts About Prologis

  • 771 Million Square Feet
  • 3,742 Buildings
  • 5,500 Customers
  • 1,600 Employees
  • 19 Countries
  • 4 Continents
  • $92B Assets Under Management
  • 1983 Founded
  • 100 Global Most Sustainable Corporations
  • S&P 500 Member
Datos al 30 de septiembre de 2018 para los activos en los que la empresa era propietaria o tenía inversiones, en propiedad total o mediante inversiones conjuntas, propiedades y proyectos en desarrollo.

Logistics Real Estate Markets that Matter

This is a photo of Guadalajara, Mexico

Guadalajara, Mexico Second City and Manufacturing Capital

Guadalajara, the second-largest metropolitan area in Mexico with a population of ~5 million, is the capital of the Free and Sovereign State of Jalisco, which ranks fourth among Mexican states in attracting foreign direct investment. 

Jaurez, Mexico

Juárez, Important Border Hub for Logistics and Trade

Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, the birthplace of maquiladoras (export-oriented manufacturing plants that make various products) is the most important industrial market along the U.S.-Mexico border. Hundreds of plants in the area assemble goods for export to the United States and points beyond. 

La Ciudad de México

Mexico City, a Sprawling, Dynamic Capital in Latin America

Mexico City is the capital of Mexico. With a metropolitan area population of approximately 20 million, Mexico City is the largest urban area in Mexico, and one of the most populous in the world, with more than 28 Million people. 

This is a photo of Monterrey, Mexico

Monterrey, Business Capital of Mexico

Monterrey, Mexico, is the capital of the state of Nuevo Leon and the country’s business capital. Nuevo Leon has a GDP per capita nearly three times the national average. The state of Nuevo Leon is home to more than 120 industrial parks, specializing in such industries as logistics services, aerospace, automotive, electronics, appliances and...

MX_Reynosa, Mexico

Reynosa, Logistics Center on the Rio Grande

With a population of 1.2 million, Reynosa, Mexico, is the third largest Industrial city on the Texas-Mexico border. With workers, shoppers and tourists crossing the border on a daily basis, the economy is tightly integrated with McAllen, Texas. The border handles some 12 million people each year. 

This is a photo of Tijuana, Mexico

Tijuana, Rapidly Growing Border City

Tijuana, the westernmost city in Mexico, is one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the country. Tijuana has a population of ~1.8 million of permanent residents.