Savills’ Kevin Mofid to speak at October’s SHD Logistics Autumn Conference

July 24, 2018 by David Tran
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Savills’ Kevin Mofid to speak at October’s SHD Logistics Autumn Conference

Kevin Mofid, Savills' Director of Research, is the first speaker confirmed for the SHD Logistics Conference, taking place on Tuesday 30 October at The Library of Birmingham.

Mofid will offer insight into Savills’ studies around the warehouse property market, and whether the ‘Golden Triangle’ – widely known as a prosperous region for warehouse property linking Coventry, Milton Keynes and Rugby, each within four and a half hours’ journey from many key locations in the UK – is still a relevant indicator of the property market. Mofid will consider how supply chains have evolved and how many retailers are locating their warehouse operations across the country to increase customer delivery efficiency.

He will also examine the current state of the warehouse property market and provide insight into some innovative property solutions which may in time become the norm.


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Mofid is director of Savills Research, covering all aspects of commercial occupational and investment markets but with a specific focus on industrial and logistics markets. His remit includes co-ordinating market data collection across the UK and the periodical Big Shed Briefing reports.

Mofid, who is a member of Industrial Agents Society, CILT, IPF and Past Chair of the Society of Property Researchers, specialises in topic and trend based research by applying “real life” issues to logistics and industrial property.

The SHD Logistics Autumn Conference 2018 will take place at a brand new venue, The Library of Birmingham, and will ask the question whether logistics is the new retail - looking at key players in the fashion and food retail sectors, through to brick and mortar stores and the ascending e-commerce retail market.

Delegate bookings are now open. Book your place here.

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