European logistics developer Gazely said Tuesday it was planning to ramp up its business in Shanghai as demand for warehousing storage in the city remained strong, the Shanghai Business Journal reported. The wholly-owned subsidiary of US retail giant Wal-Mart is working hard to acquire land in the city to build standardized warehousing facilities. “We will develop two warehousing facilities in Shanghai, each covering at least 50,000 square meters in gross floor space,” a senior manager at Gazele surnamed Chen said. “We will wrap up the acquisition of two land plots soon and construction will kick off right afterwards.” Gazeley is also constructing supply chain dispatch centers in Nanjing and Kunshan, both in Jiangsu province, Jiaxing, in Zhejiang province, and Tianjin municipality in the north. It plans also to expand into Beijing, Guangzhou and Chengdu.