Fueling growth-Global investors who have placed confidence in KSH Infra

We have delivered over 2.2 million square feet of warehousing and industrial infrastructure to leading global multinational companies, such as Kawasaki Motors, Jabil, Faurecia, Gedia, Rieter, Linamar, Saleri, Kimberly Clark among several others.

This has been made possible by the support we have garnered from our marquee global investors such as the Pacific Century Group of Hong Kong, Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing (MSREI) of the USA, and Mapletree Investments of Singapore.

With our recent Joint Venture Agreement with Indospace Capital to develop 10 million square feet of industrial infrastructure across key markets in India, we are stated to become the preferred partners to companies expanding their footprint in manufacturing, e-commerce, logistics, and several other domains.

Chakan Park III and all future projects will go through a stringent process of innovation and improvement to achieve IGBC Platinum certification, setting the benchmark for eco-conscious green industrial infrastructure projects.

Indospace Capital

Indospace Capital is a private equity firm that invests in industrial real estate in India. The firm was founded in 2010 and is based in Mumbai. The firm has a strong team of professionals with vast experience in the real estate market. With their strong focus on the industrial and warehousing sector in India, Indospace has partnered with KSH INFRA to deliver an ecosystem of sustainable, ESG-positive industrial parks in several strategically important economic zones in India.

Indospace is investing ₹1,000 crore (approximately $135 million) in a joint venture (JV) with KSH INFRA to develop a 10 million square feet portfolio of world-class warehousing and industrial parks across the country over the next five years.

Past Investors

Pacific Century Group (PCG)

Pacific Century Group (PCG) is a private investment firm headquartered in Hong Kong with a committed focus on growth opportunities across Asia. PCG has had a successful track record of more than four decades of investing in and developing businesses in Asia.

With the Group’s diversified portfolio, which includes real estate, hospitality, technology, media and telecommunications, and transportation and logistics, it has emerged as one of the largest real estate developers in Asia.

PCG, which invested in KSH INFRA in 2012, achieved a successful exit with Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investments (MSREI) buying out its investment in 2018.

The PCG Group continues to be invested with KSH Group’s logistics business.

Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing (MSREI)

MSREI is a global leader in real estate investing. With over $50 billion in assets under management, MSREI has a long history of delivering the largest and most innovative industrial real estate projects in the world.

MSREI’s team of experienced professionals has a deep understanding of the global real estate market and is adept at identifying investment opportunities across the globe.

MSREI acquired the stake held by PCG Group in the two assets developed by KSH INFRA (Talegaon Park 1 and Chakan Park 1) and continued to partner with KSH INFRA to manage its assets. In 2021, MSREI and KSH INFRA successfully handed over the assets to Mapletree Investments of Singapore.

Mapletree Investments

Mapletree Investments is a leading real estate investment and development company headquartered in Singapore. The company was founded in 2000 and today has a diversified portfolio of properties across Asia Pacific, North America and Europe.

Mapletree’s disciplined and strategic approach to real estate investment has led to it being a leading global real estate investment fund.

Mapletree Investments invested in KSH INFRA to acquire Chakan Park II in 2020. In December 2022, KSH INFRA successfully delivered the asset to Mapletree Investments. The industrial park was leased out to multinational companies as a fully established rent-generating asset.

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