Westwing Home & Living, a leading e-commerce home&living market player, signed a lease contract for 3 200 sq m. of warehouse and office space at Prologis Park Warsaw II. The company shall officially move into the premises in Q3 2014. Lease terms have been secured by JLL Industrial consultants.
VISIONGROUP, specializing in rental of high-quality furnished urban apartments, has become a new tenant in Europolis Park Błonie. The Swiss company will use 1 300 sq m. for warehousing of furniture and decorative elements for its flats and on-line shop offer for the European market. JLL Industrial consultants advised VISIONGROUP on the location and negotiated lease terms.
Marol – leading FMCG distributor – signed a 3 000 sq m. lease deal at Ursus Logistic Centrer. The facility is to act as distribution centre for Warsaw and its suburbs region. Commercial terms have been negotiated by JLL Industrial.
JLL Industrial Department Consultants have conducted the sale of industrial land in Swadzim (Poznan area). The 17 ha plot was acquired from Werner Kenkel by Goodman Poland, who will establish a brand new logistics facility for one of its key client’s onsite. The successful closing of the transaction was partly resultant to the amendments, introduced by JLL to the provisions of master plan.
The successor of the Volkswagen Crafter will be manufactured in Poland from 2016. A new plant is being built for this purpose in Września in the Voivodeship Wielkopolska and is to go into production in the second half of 2016. With the new plant, the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles brand will be creating at least 2,300 new jobs.
Goodman is developing a 14,790 sqm warehouse in Niepruszewo, in the Buk district, near Poznań for a global leader in digital media technologies. The warehouse is being built to meet the customer’s specific requirements; construction began in November 2013 and the facility will be delivered in May 2014.
Amica is a leading Polish kitchen appliances producer. The company decided to outsource logistics services and consolidate the distribution hubs. The new facility was to be located within Poznań area. The project was to be completed in line with a very tight deadline.
Leading FMCG giant Unilever decided to optimize its dry and frozen products supply chain. After an in-depth analysis, Central Poland region proved to offer the most advantageous and profitable conditions for running nationwide distribution.
Volkswagen Group Polska (VGP) is the official importer of car makes such as VW, Audi, Seat, Skoda, Porsche and VW Commercial Vehicles for the Polish market. Due to the Group’s rapid business expansion, VW decided to look for a new warehouse solution, that would assess the growth of productivity and increase the efficiency of the logistics process.
Nestle Poland was planning to purchase approx. 15-16 ha of land for its new production plant developemnt. The site was to be located precisely in Poznan and Wroclaw area. The company was aiming at location that would provide valuable public aid and incentives.
OSI Food Solutions is the leading provider of products and custom solutions for the food industry, specializing in co-manufacturing of meat and poultry. The company is the main hamburger supplier for McDonald’s chain restaurants. Resultantly to business expansion strategy, OSI OSI Food Solutions decided on a new production plant location, that would enable the company to smoothly re-locate its current production to a brand-new facility.
Zelmer is the market leader in production of small domestic appliances.The company decided to relocate its plastic parts production facility. In order to choose the best possible solution, Zelmer chose Jones Lang LaSalle Industrial Department Consultants, who specialize in providing extensive support and high quality BTS services.
CaseTech is a manufacturer of high-quality casings for state-of-the-art sausage production and as a provider of technological services for customers in the butcher's trade and the meat processing industry.
Goodman Poland was looking for investment site for a BTS venture, developed on behalf of one of its major logistics Client. The project was characterized by restrictive requirements regarding the location (Upper Silesia, approx. 10km from Mysłowice A4 junction) and technical issues. Moreover, the site was to be acquired on an extremely tight deadline.
Prologis Poland was planning to sale a land bank in Poland. The developer turned to Jones Lang LaSalle Industrial Department for assistance and advisory regarding the sale venture strategy. What is more, Jones Lang LaSalle was also responsible for completing the documentation on each site and condusting an in-depth due-dilligence.