Gene King, director of international expansion at Ally Logistic Property Co Ltd, is responsible for acquisition and new market strategies in Southeast Asia. Before joining ALP, he was based in Ho Chi Minh City to oversee inbound and outbound real asset M&A for a Hong Kong private investment house controlling major land banks in Vietnam. In his 17-year real estate career, he has mainly been engaged in cross-border property investment and development in the US, the UK, France, Vietnam and Taiwan. King holds a Master of Science in real estate development from Columbia University and a master’s degree in architecture from Taiwan’s Tunghai University.
ALP is the first and largest institutional logistics property developer in Taiwan, providing sustainable modern logistics facilities with the highest global standards.
Founded in 2014, ALP has developed and set up five logistics parks across Taiwan, totalling more than $800 million in assets under management and spanning 500,000 square metres (over 5.3 million square feet) of warehousing space. With over 90 percent occupancy, ALP’s products are entrusted by many multinational brands, retail channels and third-party logistics service providers. ALP’s mission is to make the logistics industry become simpler, smarter and more sustainable. ALP has implemented comprehensive industry knowledge and experience in optimising logistics properties and logistics service, integrating automation and robotics, and offering customers “infrastructure as a service” as a total solution.
In 2020, ALP marked its first venture in Southeast Asia by setting up a subsidiary in Malaysia. Treating Taiwan as an incubator, with its industry knowledge base and multinational clientele, ALP aims to replicate the successful model in the dynamic markets of Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia and more.
To find out more, please visit www.alp.com.tw.