Delivering performance through
a disciplined, focused
investment strategy

Through a disciplined and focused investment strategy, XLT is positioned to seize the opportunity in the industrial logistics real estate sector created by the accelerating growth of eCommerce and the evolution of the global logistics retail supply chain. XLT’s growth strategy is anchored in the acquisition of newly developed industrial logistics assets from Xebec’s development pipeline, strategic acquisitions of stabilized core and value-added assets and selective direct investment in development projects. Equity appreciation through the management and ownership of a low leveraged Class A industrial logistics portfolio with assets located in leading supply-constrained gateway, intermodal and emerging markets throughout the United States.

XLT’s strategy has produced a growing portfolio of industrial logistics assets that capitalizes on the current and long-term market trends and exhibits defensive characteristics throughout real estate and economic cycles.

Industrial Logistics Sector Focus

XLT is singularly focused on the industrial logistics real estate sector. Entering 2020, market analysts consistently ranked the industrial logistics sector among the best positioned real estate asset classes based on market fundamentals, economic trends and consumer spending habits. The COVID-19 economy has augmented that position, accelerating demand for quality industrial logistics assets to a nearly unprecedented level.

Disciplined
Market Focus

XLT focuses on acquiring and selectively developing Class A industrial logistics assets in “Tier-One” markets, which exhibit a majority of the following characteristics:

  • Gateway markets with access to highly developed logistics
  • Infrastructure including major ports, leading airports and dedicated air cargo airports, rail hubs and interstate highways that are essential to the efficient flow of containerized cargo
  • Substantial same-day demographic reach
  • Large established and growing consumer populations
  • Large existing industrial logistics asset base
Modern Industrial Logistics Real Estate Designed to Support eCommerce and the Modern Retail Logistics Supply Chain

XLT focuses on industrial logistics assets that meet the demands of both eCommerce businesses and the modern logistics supply chain assets that are:

  • Built to modern standards, incorporating modern state-of-the-art physical and technological features
  • Located in leading U.S. logistics markets near major population centers to minimize transportation costs and shorten delivery times
  • Capable of processing increased inventory turns
  • Built to comply with modern health and safety requirements

XLT EXISTING & TARGET MARKETS

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Xebec Pipeline Acquisitions

With access to Xebec’s development pipeline of newly-developed institutional quality industrial logistics assets, XLT has an advantage over investment vehicles that rely solely on acquiring assets in the highly competitive third-party transaction market.

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