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As symbolized by the significant increase in demand for e-commerce in response to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, consumers' lifestyles and purchasing styles are currently undergoing rapid change. Furthermore, changes in the business environment surrounding the logistics industry, such as the shortage of long-distance drivers due to restrictions on overtime work conditions for vehicle driving (to be enforced in 2024) and the shortage of labor due to the increase in deliveries to individual homes caused by demand for e-commerce, have made it necessary for future logistics facilities to not only provide cargo storage and delivery functions, but also to provide cargo handling, storage, delivery, and other operations more efficiently and labor-saving. In addition, they are required to ensure business continuity in the event of a disaster. (Head Office: Koto-ku, Tokyo; President: Shunji Kasa; hereinafter "ILM"), a comprehensive logistics equipment manufacturer, and Nomura Real Estate's expertise in the development and operation of Category Multi®-type logistics facilities and its deep knowledge of urban development in general. (ILM), and Nomura Real Estate's expertise in the development and operation of Category Multi® logistics facilities and its deep knowledge of urban development in general, will be combined to provide a variety of options to address the issues facing the logistics industry today. This is the first collaboration between IHI and Nomura Real Estate in the development of logistics facilities, and both companies will continue to explore ways to develop logistics facilities that leverage their strengths.
（Features of Landport Yokohama Sugita (tentative name)
(1) High delivery convenience
⦁ 0.5 km from the Sugita Interchange on the Metropolitan Expressway Bayshore Route, providing easy access to the major consumption centers of Yokohama and Tokyo.
Excellent location for delivery convenience.
⦁ Double-sided berths*1 are provided on the first floor, designed to accommodate delivery and shipping businesses.
⦁ Delivery efficiency has been improved within the facility with the installation of transporters that can move goods from each floor to the first floor.
This is the facility plan.
(2) Efforts to improve logistics efficiency and reduce manpower
⦁ The first*2 multi-story automated warehouse in a leased logistics facility will be installed built-in to the facility, and the company plans to provide storage services that enable use in accordance with seasonal and production waves. This will enable the tenant companies to
It provides agile storage capacity and flexible storage periods.
About the sharing of multi-level automated warehouses.
A 12-meter-high atrium space has been created on the third and fourth floors of the facility, which has a total floor space of approximately 10,000 square meters, and can store up to 5,000 pallets.
The facility is expected to be used by multiple companies and will be offered as a sharing service to tenant companies to maximize storage capacity and respond to fluctuating cargo volumes. The facility is expected to be used by multiple companies, and will be offered as a sharing service to tenant companies as a facility that can maximize storage capacity and respond to fluctuations in cargo volume.
⦁ Other EC tenant-specific required functions and sharing of various automated equipment are also under consideration.
(3) Ensure business continuity
⦁ Seismic-absorbing structure, over 80 m2 of emergency stockpile, emergency power generator (72 hours), and tsunami countermeasures are in place to minimize damage and contribute to business continuity in the event of a disaster.
(4) Efforts to coexist with local communities
⦁ As a large-scale, highly functional logistics facility, it will contribute to the creation of new jobs in the region.
⦁ Even after the facility is operational, we will continue to create contact with the local community by creating local exchange mechanisms and events. In the event of a disaster, the facility's cafeteria and rooftop will be open to local residents to contribute to local disaster prevention.
(5) Environmental Initiatives
⦁ We aim to create environmentally friendly facilities by installing solar panels on the rooftop and considering the use of wood and recycled materials for interior finishes.
About IHI's Real Estate Development Business
In order to maximize the potential of real estate owned by the IHI Group, we have developed former business and company housing sites across Japan, and have developed leasing and sales businesses. In Toyosu, a former shipbuilding factory, we are leading one of the largest redevelopment projects in central Tokyo, and are working with local community development organizations and businesses to create a sustainable community that utilizes the latest technologies. We are also developing biomass power generation and mega solar projects, and in recent years we have focused on logistics facility projects in the Sunamachi district of Koto-ku, Tokyo, and Ayase City, Kanagawa Prefecture, as part of our efforts to respond to environmental issues and contribute to society.
About IHI's Logistics Systems Business
ILM, an IHI group company, has been developing automated warehouses and other automated equipment for over 50 years as a comprehensive logistics equipment manufacturer. In recent years, in order to solve the problems of logistics sites due to labor shortages, ILM has developed robot systems such as depalletizing/palletizing robot systems using AI-based recognition technology, piece picking systems, the 3D picking system "Skypod", and other robot systems and their integration technologies through the promotion of global open innovation. and its integration technology to provide logistics solutions tailored to customer needs. In addition to proposing automated equipment, the facility will also provide logistics information services aimed at optimizing on-site operations, such as inventory allocation planning and operation planning, to provide total support for automation and manpower saving in the facility.
About Nomura Real Estate's Logistics Business
Landport is developing logistics facilities based on the concept of "a logistics co-creation center that creates new choices. We have developed logistics facilities in the Tokyo metropolitan area, the Chubu area, and the Kansai area, and conduct leasing by focusing on information gathering and market research in advance to maximize tenant satisfaction. By identifying the type of business (=category) of customers who will use the facility, we realize the design of logistics facilities that maximize operational efficiency and automation, and offer a variety of proposals including equipment to improve operational efficiency, specifications required by each type of business, and measures to enhance the employment environment.
In addition, we are developing comprehensive solutions to solve issues specific to shippers and logistics companies by collaborating with companies that possess logistics-related technologies such as robotics, ICT, and transport equipment, and by providing "Techrum," a co-creation program among companies that we play a central role in organizing.
Property Name Landport Yokohama Sugita (tentative name)
Category Multi® type
Location 3174 Showa-machi, Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Access 0.5 km from Sugita Exit on the Bayshore Route of Shuto Expressway
11-minute walk from Shin-Sugita Station on the JR Negishi Line.
4 minutes walk from "Nanbu Ichiba" station on Yokohama Seaside Line
Site area 71,034.94 m2(21,488.06 tsubo)
Total floor area: approx. 163,000 m2 (approx. 49,000 tsubo)
Structure/Scale RCS, 4 floors above ground, seismic isolation
Start of construction April 2023 (scheduled)
Completion February 2025 (scheduled)
1: A berth is a space in a warehouse or distribution center where trucks come in contact with vehicles and are used for loading and unloading cargo. Double-sided berths are provided on both sides of a building and can be used separately for shipping and receiving, thereby contributing to greater efficiency.
*2: CBRE survey: Currently, in Japan, the number of leased facilities that are being automated is limited to a few BTS-type facilities.
There are no multi-tenant facilities with machinery and equipment installed as standard specifications.
3：International Logistics Exhibition 2022 Date: September 13(Tue)-16(Fri), 2010 / Venue: Tokyo Big Sight
|name of company||IHI Corporation|
|Location||Toyosu IHI Building, 3-1-1 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo|
|uniform resouce locator||https://www.ihi.co.jp/|