The strategy aligns with our purpose of ‘Making space for greatness’ and takes a proactive approach to the challenges and opportunities of the future.
Our 2030 strategy is structured around three pillars. These are linked to a set of material issues, with each pillar backed by short and long-term environmental, social and governance (ESG) targets. These represent key ESG priorities most relevant to Goodman, its stakeholders and the world more broadly.
Sustainability at Goodman
A world first in sustainable design
Goodman continues to look for ways to improve the sustainability of our buildings, so they remain adaptable to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
Goodman Pudong Airport Logistics Park, Shanghai, in China is a leading example of sustainable warehouse design having won the world’s first Platinum award under the new LEED v4.1 O+M tool for warehouses in 2019. During the year, the existing façade panelling was replaced with solar panels to further enhance the building’s sustainability credentials.
This double-storey 200,000 sqm prime warehouse facility is located adjacent to Shanghai Pudong International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the world.
The estate accommodates 18 customers including Kuehne + Nagel, Rokin Logistics, China Post and Atlas Copco.
Sustainability features include:
- Vertical 181kW solar panel installation to generate green energy
- LED lighting throughout common area to reduce energy consumption
- Skylight system to maximise natural light usage
- Automated irrigation system for landscaping
- High-quality warehouse space to accommodate future purposes and automation
- Additional customer amenity and recreation facilities are in planning.