Corporate Profile

Cache Logistics Trust ("Cache") is a real estate investment trust ("REIT") that invests in quality income-producing real estate used for logistics purposes, as well as real estate-related assets, in Asia-Pacific.

Cache was constituted on 11 February 2010 under a trust deed entered into between ARA Trust Management (Cache) Limited ("Manager") and HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Singapore) Ltd ("Trustee"). Cache was officially listed on the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Pte Ltd ("SGX-ST") on 12 April 2010 and has a market capitalisation of approximately S$804 million as at 31 March 2019.

As at 31 March 2019, Cache's portfolio comprised 26 high quality logistics warehouse properties strategically located in established logistics clusters in Singapore and Australia. The portfolio has a total gross floor area of approximately 8.6 million square feet valued at approximately S$1.3 billion.

Cache is managed by ARA Trust Management (Cache) Limited (the "Manager"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of ARA Asset Management Limited ("ARA"). More information on the Manager can be found here.

Vision & Mission

Vision: To provide our customers high quality, best-in-class logistics real estate solutions in Asia Pacific.

Mission: To provide Unitholders with regular and stable distributions, and long-term sustainable growth in Distribution per Unit and Net Asset Value, while maintaining an appropriate capital structure.

Investment Strategies

Acquisition Growth

Pursue acquisition opportunities that provide attractive cash flows and yields relative to Cache's weighted average cost of capital, and opportunities for future income and capital growth.

Pro-active Asset Management

Mitigate re-leasing risks and grow organically, thereby increasing the yield of its properties.

Focused Development

Undertake development activity when appropriate opportunities arise while mitigating construction and leasing risks.

Prudent Capital and Risk Management

Use an appropriate mix of debt and equity in financing acquisitions and other asset enhancement initiatives, and utilise interest rate and currency hedging strategies where appropriate. It also includes freeing up capital for re-deployment.