The large and highly fragmented market of postal properties presents a tremendous opportunity for consolidation. Even as the nation’s largest owner of properties leased by the USPS, Postal Realty Trust represents only approximately 5 percent of the total market. Further, the USPS always pays its rent on time and rarely moves from its mission-critical logistics facilities. We believe the size of our target market coupled with our reliable, government-backed tenant provides a strong foundation for delivering long-term value to our investors.
Our decades of experience, scale, ready access to capital, ample liquidity and ability to offer OP units make Postal Realty Trust the partner of choice for postal owners. Our seasoned acquisitions team maintains a robust and active pipeline of individual postal properties and portfolios across the logistics continuum.
The Importance of the USPS To America’s Logistic Network
As e-commerce has grown, the USPS’s unparalleled shipping and package services have proven to be vital across the logistics spectrum, including an unmatched ability to handle last mile deliveries. USPS delivers to over 163 million unique points every day (except Sunday), and its approximately 35,000 facilities representing the largest retail and distribution network in the nation. No other organization can replicate the USPS’s distribution capabilities, making its logistics network critical to the customers, the rapidly growing e-commerce industry and America.
By strategically acquiring individual properties and portfolios throughout the USPS logistics continuum, we are able to maintain a curated portfolio of assets well diversified by property type and location.
Diversified By Type And Location.
“The USPS logistics network is vital to America’s infrastructure, and demand for last-mile deliveries is on the rise. As the largest and most experienced owner of postal real estate, we have the scale and institutional knowledge to continue to opportunistically grow and deliver long-term value to our shareholders.”Andrew Spodek, Chief Executive Officer