Ally Logistic Property (ALP), Taiwan’s leading institutional logistics property developer, has been recognized for its innovative contributions to the logistics industry and sustainability efforts. On September 15, ALP was awarded the “Fast Enterprise Award” at the 2023 Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards (APEA), organized by Enterprise Asia. APEA is one of the most prestigious business awards in the Asia-Pacific region, with over 150 companies participating in this competition. The awards aim to honor business leaders and companies that have demonstrated exceptional growth, innovation, and ESG integration in their post-pandemic business strategies.
Founded in 2014, ALP has been at the forefront of innovation in the logistics industry. The company not only redefined modern logistics facilities in terms of real estate development but also introduced cutting-edge technologies, including automation, robotics, and data analytics. ALP’s commitment to the “Infrastructure as a Service” model has successfully transformed the logistics landscape in Taiwan. Currently, ALP manages six logistics parks, comprising 14 warehouse facilities with a total floor area exceeding 500,000 square meters, representing an investment of over USD $800 million, making it the largest logistics property developer in Taiwan.
In response to the dynamic logistics market, in 2021, ALP unveiled its 2.0 product, OMega—a next-generation smart warehouse with automation built-in. OMega seamlessly integrates architecture, technology, and innovation, effectively addressing the labor shortages and complexity of omnichannel orders in the logistics industry. It has optimized space utilization and operational efficiency, setting a new industry standard.
John Li, Executive Vice President of Operations at ALP, expressed his gratitude to the APEA committee, stating, “In our nine years journey, ALP has relentlessly worked towards transforming the industry. We have grown from newcomers in the field to become Taiwan’s largest logistics property developer. Our mission is clear: to make the logistics industry simpler, smarter, and more sustainable. This award reaffirms our commitment, and we look forward to continuing to change the future of the logistics industry for the better.”
ALP views Taiwan as an ideal incubator and intends to replicate its successful business model in Southeast Asia, targeting countries such as Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, and Vietnam. With the support of international institutional investors, ALP has committed to investing USD $1 billion in the development of smart logistics infrastructure in each target market over the next five years, emphasizing its determination to revolutionize regional logistics. In Malaysia, ALP’s OMega 1 Bukit Raja project in Selangor, is currently under construction and is expected to be officially completed in Q3 2024, becoming Malaysia’s first international-scale smart warehouse. In Thailand, ALP is targeting Bang Na in Bangkok as its initial expansion location, highlighting its determination to transform the logistics landscape in the Asia-Pacific region.