CBRE has acquired a stake in logistics start-up Stowga, the online platform that acts like “Airbnb for the industrial sector” as part of a strategic partnership.
The 18-month old start-up, set up by EG Rising Star Charlie Pool to address the issue around cumbersome warehouse lease lengths, connects warehouse occupiers, owners and third party logistics companies with short-term surplus space capacity with retail businesses looking for on-demand logistics services.
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