Logistics buildings are constructions for storing goods, raw materials and semi-manufactured or finished products while they await transfer to the next step in the supply chain. They are centres that regulate the flow of goods between availability and needs of manufacturers, retailers and consumers.
Such warehouses are used by manufacturers, importers, exporters, retailers, transport agencies, customers and more.
They are normally large, flat buildings in the industrial areas of cities.
They are built with loading bays for loading and unloading lorries and warehouse materials (such as shelves and racks), adapted to the product and its inventory turnover.