National Leader, Local Partner
At DCT Industrial, we believe commitment and focus are rewarded through customer satisfaction and business success. From the Company’s inception, we have been exclusively focused on serving the distribution and industrial needs of our customers in the U.S. We have acquired and developed a high-quality portfolio of well located buildings, attracted strong management with meaningful business relationships, and invested in local market expertise across the 20 markets we serve in the U.S.
Largest Industrial REIT focused solely in North America
We are a publicly-traded, real estate investment trust (REIT) specializing in the ownership, acquisition, development, leasing and management of bulk-distribution and light-industrial properties. Our focus is the United States and our business platform serves companies on a national and local level, and across a broad range of industries such as medical, consumer products, online retail, logistics, manufacturing and government. Our approximately 900 customers trust our commitment to solving their needs through a collaborative process and excellent working relationships.
A Portfolio Serving Customer Needs
Today, DCT has approximately 400 high-quality industrial buildings and approximately 74.0 million square feet in 20 key markets across the U.S. Our local market teams engage in development and redevelopment projects ensuring we have the portfolio and capability to deliver on any customer need. DCT understands its customers and is committed to finding the perfect space for growing businesses.
We have the strongest balance sheet in the industry — giving us the financial capacity to fund growth and respond quickly to opportunities.
Partnering for Business Success
We believe success is mutually defined by those we do business with. We are proud of our team and our strong customer and broker relationships and look forward to the new ones to come. And we’re pleased to have relationships that span multiple industries and brands, that hold steady through economic cycles.