Written By – Sanu Sandilya NEW DELHI: Embassy Industrial Parks, a joint venture between realty developer Embassy Group and private equity firm Warburg Pincus, acquired 24 acres in Gurgaon for `38 crore to set up a warehousing facility. The warehouse on National Highway-8 near Bilaspur Chowk will have a leasable area of 6.1 lakh sq […]
Embassy Industrial had purchased 24 acres of land in Gurugram to build an industrial and warehousing hub. Last year, Embassy Industrial Parks signed an MoU with the Haryana government to build three industrial parks in the state, investing Rs 1,910 crore. Mumbai: Embassy Industrial Parks, a joint venture between real estate developer Embassy Group and private […]
Written by – Sobia Khan BENGALURU: The roll-out of the goods and services tax and real estate investment trusts is expected to fuel the growth of warehousing stock across the country in the next few years. “The warehousing, manufacturing and logistics industries will benefit the most from the implementation of GST in India and the […]
Written by – Sanu Sandilya NEW DELHI: Embassy Industrial Parks, a joint venture between realty developer Embassy Group and private equity firm Warburg Pincus, will invest Rs 350 crore to build a 1.1-million sq ft industrial park at Chakan, Pune. The project will mainly comprise built-to-suit factories ranging from 50,000 sq ft to 2 lakh […]
The Indian warehousing and logistics sector is on the threshold of major transformation. Increasing competition and the introduction of global best practices are compelling businesses to re-think the importance of warehousing and its impact on supply chain efficiencies. In this Cargo Connect special feature, Anshul Singhal CEO, Embassy industrial Parks discusses some of the challenges facing the sector.
A well planned and organised industrial area, defined by a set of quality parameters such as economic efficiency, environmental quality and social quality, could be the answer to sustainability. An article in the September 2016 edition of EPC World, in conversation with Embassy Industrial Parks CEO, Mr. Anshul Singhal.
“With the onset of GST, there’s likely to be a spurt in demand for ecommerce and the industry stalwarts will be carefully planning their network. Modern warehousing facilities that allow for consolidation of distribution hubs will be a vital component in making this a reality. Supply chain efficiency is going to become the single biggest differentiator in the ecommerce space as organizations strive to make ‘same-day delivery’ a cost effective reality. The GST is going to be a game changer for fast-growing Indian economy,” said Anshul Singhal, CEO, Embassy Industrial Parks.
Riding the strong wave of consumption in the country, the rapid growth of Indian eCommerce businesses and also the impending roll-out of GST, private equity funds, real estate developers and private high net worth individuals are starting to focus on the warehousing and logistics segment.
Gurgaon, India – March 8, 2016: Embassy Industrial Parks a joint venture between Embassy Group, India’s leading property developer and Warburg Pincus signed an MoU with the Government of Haryana at the Happening Haryana Global Investors Summit 2016, for the development of 3 industrial parks around Gurgaon with a projected investment of Rs 1,910 crores […]
Is the warehousing boom to revive real estate demand? Top developers like Embassy Group enter warehousing space set in city suburbs. This could have a positive impact on these specific suburbs, believes Anshul Singhal, CEO, Embassy Industrial Parks.
Realtors are beginning to focus on warehousing, pinning their hopes on the implementation of the goods and services tax (GST), a boom in the e-commerce industry and a spurt in manufacturing on account of the ‘Make in India’ campaign.
India’s warehousing sector is reaching an inflection point and is expected to take a leap once the goods and services tax (GST) is introduced, according to JLL India, a real estate consultancy firm
Overseas firms including Dutch pension fund manager APG and U.S. buyout group Warburg Pincus are looking to invest in India’s warehouses, hoping to cash in on demand for modern and efficient storage space from booming online retailers.
Overseas firms including Dutch pension fund manager APG and US buyout group Warburg Pincus are looking to invest in India’s warehouses, hoping to cash in on demand for modern and efficient storage space from booming online retailers.
Jitu Virwani, Chairman & MD, Embassy Group, talks to Bloomberg television about his company’s latest partnership with Warburg Pincus to build and manage industrial and warehousing spaces in a large, diverse and geographically distributed market like India.
Areas such as Jeedimetla, Kothur, Uppal, Kompally, Shamshabad and more are witnessing an increase in warehousing activities due to their strategic locations
Joint investment of USD 250 million to build industrial and warehousing spaces across India
Embassy Group, a leading Indian property developer, today signed an MoU with the Government of Tamil Nadu at the Tamil Nadu Global Investors Meet
Embassy Industrial Parks will build and lease spaces close to cities, says CEO Anshul Singhal
The JV company will set up warehouses in Chennai, Pune and Bengaluru to serve the needs of the automobile industry