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GLP to deliver 55,000 sqm of cold storage facilities in Japanese market
GLP has commenced construction on two purpose-built cold storage facilities in Japan.
Spanning 55,000 square meters (2 million square feet), GLP Kobe Sumiyoshihama and GLP Rokko V are located near the port of Kobe, which serves as a vital hub port for countries in Asia as well as the Kansai and Kyushu regions.
GLP Kobe Sumiyoshihama is a multitenant development with full-building refrigeration and variable-temperature zones, and GLP Rokko V is a speculative development pre-leased by third-party logistics provider Fujiwara Unyu for refrigerated logistics and storage services. Both facilities implement carbon- and energy-saving initiatives, such as natural refrigerants, rooftop solar power generation, LED lighting and natural disaster proofing, and are designed with plans to receive either CASBEE or ZEB green building certifications.
GLP currently has one of the largest footprints of frozen and refrigerated logistics warehouses in the Japanese market. GLP Japan ha