Since Catena chose to focus on logistics properties in 2013, the Company has generated shareholder value with a steady return on equity. In the long-term, Catena's dividends to shareholders should amount to 50 percent of profit from property management after standard tax. The share is traded on the Nasdaq Stockholm exchange, Large Cap.
A vision worth investing in
Focused business model
With a focus on strategically located logistics properties, Catena has established valuable specialist expertise and experience – together with long-term ownership, ensuring that Catena’s strong market position affords the Company’s customers a proactive partner that assumes responsibility over time.
Sustainable and efficient project development
Development and refinement are important aspects of Catena’s business model and generate conditions for growth in the value of the existing portfolio or through new-build projects. With a focus on sustainable and efficient logistics properties connected to key logistics hubs, economies of scale are derived. A large land reserve in strategically important locations facilitates continued growth.
Long-term customer relationships contribute to strong cash flow
Strong cash flow is safeguarded through long-term relationships with a wide range of customers, several of whom are among the largest players in the market and fill many societal functions. This provides Catena with a safe and stable foundation.
Adapted for tomorrow’s product flows
Accelerating digitisation is driving the strong growth we are seeing in e-commerce. The technology enables fast, individualised and more climate-intelligent deliveries, generating considerable need for new logistics spaces.
Automation and robotics
Technical innovations contribute to more intelligent and more efficient logistics and trade. The need for logistics space is growing and in pace with changes in development, the design requirements for logistics properties also change.
Climate change is driving the need for functioning trade and is also contributing to increased vulnerability. With insights regarding impacts on the climate and the environment, requirements for transparency are also increasing. Logistics, and the capacity to optimise flows with minimal impact on the total extraction of resources, play a central role.
Shifting linear flows over to circular models presupposes logistics capable of meeting the needs that arise. Return flows can, for example, gain a new and decisive importance in society. New types of spaces will be required to handle the circular flow.
Urbanisation places demands on new types of logistics solutions close to customers and a larger elderly population increases the need for individualised deliveries.
An integrated world market with complex, global flows means that logistics chains are becoming increasingly critical for the society. To reduce the risk of supply chain disruptions, demand is increasing for more sustainable and functional logistics properties in appropriate locations.